Jackson Hole Art Auction Catalog 2022

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SESSION I • SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 | SESSION II • SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 TRAILSIDE GALLERIES & GERALD PETERS GALLERY PRESENT

COVER Lot 153: Howard Terpning (1927– ) Awaiting The Signal, 1996 $500,000 – $700,000 FRONTISPIECE Lot 185: William Gollings (1878–1932) Summer Camp, 1931 $200,000 – $300,000 BACK COVER Lot 183: E Irving Couse, (1866–1936) The Eagle Dance $150,000 – $250,000

AN AUCTION OF PAST AND PRESENT MASTERWORKS OF THE AMERICAN WEST

Lot 184: Frederic Remington (1861–1909) Register Rock, Idaho, 1891 Estimate: $200,000 – $300,000

AN AUCTION OF PAST AND PRESENT MASTERWORKS OF THE AMERICAN WEST JACKSON HOLE ART AUCTION PARTNERS Kevin Doyle, Jackson Hole Art Auction Maryvonne Leshe, Trailside Galleries Roxanne Mowery, Trailside Galleries Gerald Peters, Gerald Peters Gallery SCHEDULE OF PREVIEWSEVENTS Thursday, September 15 | 9:00am – 6:00pm Friday, September 16 | 9:00am – 6:00pm Saturday, September 17 | 9:00am – 11:30am All artwork available for preview at Jackson Hole Art Auction 130 East Broadway, Jackson, Wyoming SESSION I Friday, September 16 Live Auction | 12:30pm SESSION II Saturday, September 17 BBQ Luncheon | 11:00am Live Auction | 12:30pm Live Auctions and Luncheon to be held at Center for the Arts 265 South Cache, Jackson, Wyoming Artwork available for pickup Sunday, September 18 from 9:00am - 2:00pm Jackson Hole Art Auction 130 East Broadway, Jackson, Wyoming

2022 JACKSON HOLE ART AUCTION Absentee and phone bidding arrangements must be made by: 5:00pm MDT on September 15 for Session I 5:00pm MDT on September 16 for Session II Telephone bidders are encouraged to leave absentee bids in case of technical difficulties. Please direct all inquiries to (866) 549-9278 Register online and view auction results at Lotwww.jacksonholeartauction.com142:BobKuhn(1920-2007) A Walk On The Tundra - Grizzly Bears and Ptarmigans Estimate: $100,000–$150,000 Online bidding options: Jackson Hole Art Auction App in the Apple or Android stores to bid and preview lots on your mobile device! or register LiveAuctioneers.comInvaluable.comat

PRESENTED BY TRAILSIDE GALLERIES & GERALD PETERS GALLERY

SESSION I LOT 1 – LOT 105 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 12:30 PM MDT PRESENTED BY TRAILSIDE GALLERIES & GERALD PETERS GALLERY

8 1 EDWARD BOREIN (1872–1945) Riders Near Mesa watercolor on paper 5 ¼ x 7 5/8 inches signed lower left: Edward Borein FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 2 OLAF CARL SELTZER (1877–1957) Indian Chief watercolor, pencil and gouache on paper 7 x 5 inches (sight) signed lower right: O.C. SELTZER PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Utah CMEXHIBITED:RussellMuseum, Great Falls, MT, 1977 $3,000 – $5,000 3 OLAF CARL SELTZER (1877–1957) Indian Brave in Blue Robe watercolor, pencil and gouache on paper 7 x 5 inches (sight) signed lower right: O.C. SELTZER PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Utah CMEXHIBITED:RussellMuseum, Great Falls, MT, 1977 $2,500 – $4,500

9 4 CHARLES BERNINGHAUS (1905–1988) Taos oil on board 12 ¼ x 14 ½ inches signed lower right: CHARLES BERNINGHAUS FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,500 – $2,500 5 EDWARD CURTIS (1868–1952) Vanishing Race 13Photogravure¼x16½ inches (sight) FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,500 – $2,500

10 8 JOHN PETTIS (20th Century) Hot Pursuit 40bronzex39 x 18 ½ inches 72 ½ x 39 x 18 ½ inches with base inscribed: © John Pettis AP 3/3 2001 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Scottsdale, AZ $5,000 – $7,000 7 BRENDA MURPHY (1955– ) Compadres pencil on paper 14 x 20 inches (sight) signed lower right: © Brenda Murphy 2006 TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $1,000 – $2,000 6 ROBERT SHUFELT (1953– ) Sycamore Creek graphite on paper 9 ¼ x 9 ½ inches (sight) signed lower left: SYCAMORE CREEK SHOOFLY 1995 SF FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,000 – $2,000

11 11 WILLIAM PHILLIPS (1945– ) Sunday Drivers oil on canvas 15 x 30 inches signed lower right: © 2009 William S. Phillips TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Jackson, Wyoming From the Collection of Paul Easther, Australia $6,000 – $9,000 10 TOM BROWNING (1949– ) Riding Drag oil on board 16 x 12 inches signed lower left: Tom Browning (artist cipher) FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Westlake, TX $2,000 – $3,000 9 DAVID HALBACH (1931–2022) Comin’ In watercolor on paper 17 ¾ x 25 ½ inches (sight) signed lower right: David Halbach CA PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ CowboyEXHIBITED:Artists of America 40th Annual Sale & Exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ, October 21 - November 20, 2005 (label verso) $3,000 – $5,000

12 14 JAMES BOREN (1921–1990) Winter at the Bar N watercolor on paper 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: JAMES BOREN CA NAWA 1989 FromPROVENANCE:theEstateof David Halbach, Arizona $1,000 – $2,000 13 STEVE SELTZER (1945– ) Two Trappers oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches signed Lower Left: W.S. Seltzer FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 12 PAUL ABRAM JR. (1933–2005) Taking a Water Break oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: Paul Abram Jr. FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,000 – $2,000

13 15 DAN MIEDUCH (1947– ) Lily, Rose, Mary and the Jack of Hearts oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: DAN MIEDUCH 1980 © WhistlePROVENANCE:PikGalleries, Fredericksburg, TX (label verso) From a Private Collection $6,000 – $9,000 16 RUSS VICKERS (1923–1997) Set of Three oil on board 5 x 13 inches (each) signed lower right: Russ Vickers © verso: titled and signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,500 – $3,500

14 19 JACK HINES (1923–2015) Untitled (Seated Indian) oil on board 7 x 17 inches signed lower right: jack hines FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $700 – $1,000 18 BILL NEBEKER (1942– ) Leaving a Legacy bronze 11/25 20 x 11 ¼ x 8 inches inscribed lower verso: © 1992 BiLL nEBEKER CA 11/25 TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $2,000 – $4,000 17 TOM SAUBERT (1950– ) Mending oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: T Saubert © 1996 ThePROVENANCE:LegacyGallery, Jackson, WY Private Collection, New York, NY $4,000 – $6,000

15 22 CURT WALTERS (1950– ) Teton Afternoon oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: CuRt WAltERS PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Pennsylvania $5,000 – $7,000 21 T. ALLEN LAWSON (1963– ) Nature’s Tapestry oil on canvas 24 x 18 inches signed lower right: LAWSON PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Jackson, Wyoming $5,000 – $7,000 20 KAREN NOLES (1947– ) Cheyenne Madonna oil on linen 12 x 9 inches signed lower right: noles © verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000

16 23 ARTHUR RENSHAW Sleeping Indian oil on board 33 x 42 inches signed lower right: Renshaw ThePROVENANCE:EstateofClifford and Martha Hansen, Wyoming Private Collection, Jackson, Wyoming $5,000 – $7,000 24 FRED FELLOWS (1934– ) Winter Camp On Beaver Creek oil on panel 24 x 36 inches signed lower left: fellows (symbol) AltermannPROVENANCE:Galleries & Auctioneers, Santa Fe, NM From a Private Collection $3,000 – $5,000

17 25 JOHN GAWNE (1952– ) Approaching Storm oil on linen 48 x 36 inches signed lower right: John C. Gawne FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Vail, CO $7,000 – $10,000 26 WAYNE JUSTUS (1952– ) Elk Stalkers oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches signed lower right: W Justus © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $6,000 – $9,000

18 27 DAVID HALBACH (1931–2022) Loqan watercolor on paper 21 x 29 inches (sight) signed lower left: David Halbach CA © ‘06 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ CowboyEXHIBITED:Artists of America 41st Annual Sale & Exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ, October 21 - November 19, 2006 (label verso) $3,000 – $5,000 29 DAVID HALBACH (1931–2022) Untitled (Pueblo Ceremony) watercolor on paper 9 x 16 inches signed lower right: DAVID HALBACH CA © MedicinePROVENANCE:ManGallery, Tucson, AZ (label verso) The Eddie Basha Collection, Chandler, AZ $2,500 – $4,500 28 DAVID HALBACH (1931–2022) Wind Songs watercolor on paper 15 ½ x 11 inches (sight) signed lower left: David Halbach (artist cipher CA) © ‘10 FromPROVENANCE:theEstateof David Halbach, Arizona $2,000 – $3,000

19 30 GARY NIBLETT (1943– ) Battle Scouts oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches signed lower right: Gary Niblett CA verso: titled and signed PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $3,000 – $5,000 31 GARY NIBLETT (1943– ) Rulers of the Plains oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches signed lower left: Gary Niblett CA verso: titled and signed Claggett/ReyPROVENANCE:Gallery, Vail, CO (label verso) Private Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $2,000 – $3,000

20 32 RALPH CROSBY SMITH (1907–1962) Surprise! oil on board 20 x 26 inches signed lower right: RALPH CROSBY SMITH PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Bozeman, MT $3,000 – $5,000 33 RALPH CROSBY SMITH (1907–1962) First Hunt oil on board 20 x 26 inches signed lower right: RALPH CROSBY SMITH PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Bozeman, MT $2,500 – $3,500 34 RALPH CROSBY SMITH (1907–1962) Caught oil on board 22 x 28 ½ inches signed lower left: RALPH CROSBY SMITH PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Bozeman, MT $2,500 – $4,500

21 35 PHILIP R. GOODWIN (1881–1935) Bear signed7gouacheHuntersonpaperx9incheslowerright: Philip R Goodwin Sotheby’sPROVENANCE:NewYork, March 5, 2003, Lot 143 Private Collection, Bozeman, MT $5,000 – $7,000 36 CHARLES DEFEO (1892–1978) Fisherman’s Luck oil on canvas 30 x 20 inches signed lower left: Charles DeFeo 13 CoeurPROVENANCE:d’AleneArt Auction, July 2002 Private Collection, Bozeman, MT $6,000 – $9,000

22 37 MICHAEL BLESSING (1960– ) Hedging a Bet oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches signed lower left: Blessing verso: titled and signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Lexington, KY $1,500 – $2,500 38 MICHAEL BLESSING (1960– ) Dustbowl Deliverance oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches signed lower right: Blesssing verso: titled and signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Lexington, KY $1,500 – $2,500 39 EMERY KOLB (1881–1976) The Grand Canyon oil on board 20 x 14 inches signed lower right: Emery C. Kolb verso: titled PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Alameda, CA $1,000 – $2,000

23 40 JOHN COX (1941– ) Canyon Glow oil on canvas 40 x 60 inches signed lower right: JOHN COX verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000 41 R. TOM GILLEON (1942– ) Redwings oil on canvas 24 x 24 inches signed lower right: R. Tom Gilleon verso: titled, signed PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Bozeman, MT $6,000 – $9,000

24 42 STEVE BURGESS (1960– ) El Tigre, Venezuela oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: Steve Burgess ©98 CliftonPROVENANCE:Gallery,Clifton, Bristol (label verso) From a Private Collection $6,000 – $9,000 43 NANCY GLAZIER (1947–) Untitled (Warthog) oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: N. GLAZIER FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 45 JOHN SCHOENHERR (1951– ) Snow Leopard tempera on board 15 x 25 inches (sight) signed lower right: Schoenherr FromThePROVENANCE:ArtistaPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 44 JOHN SCHOENHERR (1951– ) Striding Tiger oil on canvas 20 x 30 inches signed lower left: Schoenherr © FromThePROVENANCE:ArtistaPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

25 46 DONALD GRANT (1930–2001) Cheetah Feast oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: Donald Grant FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 47 MIKE BARLOW (1963– ) Giant Eland 22bronzex16 x 7 inches inscribed lower right: M. Barlow 7/10 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Powder Springs, GA $3,000 – $5,000 48 JOHN BANOVICH (1964– ) Buffalo Hunters II oil on canvas 10 x 15 inches signed lower left: BANOVICH © 2006 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 49 CARL BRENDERS (1937– ) Bengal Tigers and Cubs gouache on paper 11 ½ x 14 ¾ inches signed lower right: C Brenders Impressions,PROVENANCE:Ltd.of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) The Legacy Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ; Jackson, WY (label verso) From a Private Collection $6,000 – $9,000

26 50 SYDNEY LAURENCE (1945– ) Talking it Over oil on board 10 x 8 CharlesEXHIBITED:FromunsignedinchesPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection&EmmaFryeArt Museum, Seattle, WA, September 22 - October 11, 1970 (label verso) $8,000 – $12,000 51 TERRY DONAHUE (1956– ) Polar Bear pastel on paper 14 x 21 inches signed lower right: T. Donahue FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $3,000 52 PAUL EUSTACE ZIEGLER (1881– ) Untitled (Indian Portrait) oil on board 12 x 10 inches signed lower left: Ziegler FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

27 53 TERRY ISAAC (1958–2019) Orcas oil on board 30 x 50 inches signed lower right: © T ISAAC 2002 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 54 WERNER R. PLANGG (1933–1994) Caribou in Snow oil on canvas 22 ¼ x 30 ¼ inches signed lower left: © W.R. PLANGG ‹68 signed lower right: W.R. Plangg. GrandPROVENANCE:CentralArt Galleries, New York, NY (label verso) Biltmore Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $3,000 – $5,000 55 JOE BEELER (1931–2006) Ram Bookends bronze 9/40 9 ½ x 9 x 5 ¼ inches (each) inscribed lower left: JOE BEELER stamped lower right: 9/40 signed: Joe Beeler CA (on each) TrailsidePROVENANCE:Americana, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $1,500 – $2,500 56 CHARLES ARTHUR FRIES (1854–1940) Untitled (Forest in Snow) oil on board 12 x 9 inches signed lower left: C. A. Fries FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Oceanside, CA $5,000 – $7,000

28 57 MICHAEL DUDASH (1952– ) After an Autumn Snow oil on canvas 48 x 60 inches signed lower right: M. DUDASH © 2008 (artist cipher) FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $7,000 – $10,000 58 SUZIE SEEREY-LESTER (1954– ) Keep Out acrylic on panel 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: SUZIE SEEREY-LESTER © TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $600 – $900 59 JIM WILCOX (1941– ) Creede Colorado Canyon acrylic on board 16 x 12 inches signed lower right: JIM WILCOX verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $800 – $1,200

29 60 STEPHEN KRASEMANN (1947– ) This Side of Autumn oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower left: KrASEMANN verso: titled and signed ThePROVENANCE:Artist $2,000 – $4,000 61 PHILIP R. GOODWIN (1881–1935) Walking Bear 2bronze¼x4 x 2 inches inscribed lower front: Goodwin stamped bottom: 1632 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $4,000 62 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) Stampede 7etching½x9 ½ inches signed lower right: C. Rungius OutPROVENANCE:ofAfricainMontana Gallery, Bozeman, MT (label verso) Copley Fine Art Auctions (label verso) From a Private DonaldLITERATURE:CollectionE.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989, pages 24, 82 (not illustrated) $3,000 – $5,000 63 LUKE FRAZIER (1970– ) The Allure of Alpine oil on board 24 x 18 inches signed lower right: L Frazier verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

30 64 PHIL STARKE (1957– ) Summer Skies oil on canvas 28 x 32 inches signed lower left: STARKE verso: titled, signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000 65 FRED FELLOWS (1934– ) Viva Tequila 15bronze½x 11 ½ x 6 inches inscribed lower left: fellows 2/100 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $1,500 – $2,500 66 PAUL GRIMM (1891–1974) Sun Kissed Smoke Trees oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: PAUL GRIMM verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 67 G. RUSSELL CASE (1966– ) Autumn Camp oil on board 12 x 16 inches signed lower right: † G Russell Case verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000

31 68 DAN KNEPPER (1961– ) The Ranch oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: Knepper verso: titled, signed ThePROVENANCE:Artist $2,000 – $4,000 69 SHERRY SALARI SANDER (1941– ) Game of Alpha bronze 18/35 14 x 40 x 11 inches inscribed lower right: 18/35 SS. SANDER 99 © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $3,000 70 SUSAN TERPNING (1953– ) Mexican Wolves oil on board 7 ¾ x 10 ½ inches signed lower right: S. Terpning © 1992 verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $800 – $1,200

32 71 LUKE FRAZIER (1970– ) An Old Bruin oil on board 22 x 28 inches signed upper right: L. Frazier verso: signed, titled, dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paige, TX $4,000 – $6,000 72 LUKE FRAZIER (1970– ) Hookin’ A Trailor oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches signed upper left: L. Frazier verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000 73 LUKE FRAZIER (1970– ) Through The Chute oil on board 16 x 20 inches signed lower right: L. Frazier verso: signed, titled, dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paige, TX $2,500 – $4,500

33 74 RICHARD MRAVIK (1973– ) Winter Mountains oil on board 23 x 35 inches signed lower right: Richard Mravik © PeninsulaPROVENANCE:Gallery, British Columbia, Canada (label verso) From a Private Collection $5,000 – $7,00075 RICHARD MRAVIK (1973– ) King of the Mountain oil on board 26 x 40 inches signed lower left: Richard Mravik © PeninsulaPROVENANCE:Gallery, British Columbia, Canada (label verso) From a Private Collection $5,000 – $7,000

34 76 FREDERICK JUDD WAUGH (1861–1940) Incoming Tide oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches signed lower right: Waugh verso: titled ThePROVENANCE:EdwinA.Aldrich Collection, Hyde Park, NY (label verso) From a Private Collection $2,000 – $4,000 77 MIKE STIDHAM (1954– ) Tarpon oil on board 15 x 23 inches signed lower left: Stidham FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,000 – $2,000 78 MIKE STIDHAM (1954– ) Permit oil on board 15 x 23 inches signed lower left: Stidham FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,000 – $2,000 79 MIKE STIDHAM (1954– ) Bonefish oil on board 15 x 23 inches signed lower left: Stidham FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,000 – $2,000

35 80 WILLIAM DE LA MONTAGNE CARY (1840–1922) Hunting in the Rushes oil on panel 5 ¾ x 9 ¾ inches (sight) signed lower right: W. M. Cary FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 81 FREDERICK JUDD WAUGH (1861–1940) Early Moon oil on board 25 x 30 inches signed lower right: Waugh FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 82 FREDERICK JUDD WAUGH (1861–1940) Gray Weather oil on canvas 25 x 30 inches signed lower right: Waugh ThePROVENANCE:EdwinA.Aldrich Collection, Hyde Park, NY (label verso) From a Private Collection $4,000 – $6,000

36 83 TED RAFTERY (1938– ) Prairie Sentinels oil on canvas 15 x 36 inches signed lower right: Raf verso: titled and signed GainsboroughPROVENANCE:Galleries Ltd, Calgary, AB, Canada (label verso) From a Private Collection $800 – $1,200 84 JARED SANDERS (1970–) April Green oil on board 36 x 30 inches signed lower right: Sanders verso: titled, signed, dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, New York, NY $4,000 – $6,000 85 JARED SANDERS (1970–) Ochre Farm oil on board 30 x 30 inches signed upper right: Sanders verso: titled, signed, dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, New York, NY $3,000 – $5,000

37 86 DON CROWLEY (1926–2019) Book of the Month oil on canvas 11 x 14 inches signed lower right: © Don Crowley verso: titled and signed HusbergPROVENANCE:FineArtGallery, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $1,200 – $1,800 87 AUGUST HAGBORG (1852–1921) Woman on the Beach oil on canvas 36 ¼ x 25 ½ inches signed lower left: Hagborg PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $2,000 – $4,000 88 DANIEL J. KEYS (1985– ) White Roses oil on board 10 x 14 inches signed lower right: keys ‘16 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $4,000 89 JIM WILCOX (1941– ) Below Hidden Falls acrylic on board 12 x 16 inches signed lower right: JIM WILCOX verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $800 – $1,200

38 90 HARALD GRENNARD (1919–2011) Moose Family oil on canvas 30 ¼ x 41 ¼ inches signed lower right: Grennard. PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $1,000 – $2,000 91 ED TOTTEN Untitled (Three Trout) oil on board 29 x 47 inches (sight) signed lower left: E. Totten © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 92 SCOTT CHRISTENSEN (1962– ) Early Spring oil on board 14 x 20 inches signed lower right: CHRISTENSEN © verso: titled, signed TrailsidePROVENANCE:Americana Fine Art Galleries, Jackson, WY, Scottsdale, AZ, Carmel, CA From a Private Collection $2,000 – $4,000

39 93 JAY MOORE (1964– ) Early Snow, Maroon Bells oil on canvas 11 x 14 inches signed lower right: JAY MOORE verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $1,000 – $2,000 94 KATHRYN MAPES TURNER (1971– ) Holding Space oil on canvas 48 x 36 inches signed lower left: K TURNER verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Denver, CO $5,000 –95$7,000 JAY MOORE (1964– ) Boulder Creek oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches signed lower left: JAY MOORE verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

40 96 MARILYNN DWYER MASON (1943–2022) Untitled (Moose in Landscape) oil on canvas mounted to board 46 x 86 inches signed lower left: MARILYNN DWYER MASON © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $4,000 97 RICHARD MURRAY (1948– ) Bull Moose oil on board 96 x 48 inches signed lower right: MURRAY FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $6,000 – $9,000

41 99 LORENZO GHIGLIERI (1931– ) The Proud American bronze 2/12 62 x 48 x 34 inches inscribed lower verso: © 1981 LORENZO F GHIGLIERI (ed.) 2/12 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,00098 GREG BEECHAM (1954– ) Peace In The Valley oil on canvas 26 x 52 inches signed lower right: g BEECham (artist cipher) 06 FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Patrick Miele, Florida $10,000 – $15,000

100 THOMAS DEDECKER (1951–) A Summer’s Day End, 2022 oil on panel 40 x 30 inches signed lower left: Thomas dEdecker verso: signed, titled, dated ThePROVENANCE:Artist $4,000 – $6,000

101 THOMAS DEDECKER (1951–) Western Sunset, 2022 oil on panel 40 x 30 inches signed lower left: Thomas dEdecker verso: signed, titled, dated ThePROVENANCE:Artist $4,000 – $6,000

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“When I begin painting, I select a room from my psychic or subconscious, and there I enter to paint. There is no awareness of time, and no existence of reality of life around me, except for what is going to go on that canvas that day. Which comes from my very soul and heart, and from the incredible beauty of nature all around us on this planet. I remain there until I complete that painting, or at least part of it for that day. And part of me remains in that canvas which I leave in that room that day.” — Thomas deDecker

43 102 JOHAN KROUTHEN (1858–1932) Sommarblom oil on canvas 16 x 25 ¾ inches signed lower left: Johan Krouthen 1926 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, Arizona $4,000 – $6,000 103 RAYMOND HARRIS CHING (1939– ) Platypus No. 1 graphite on paper 25 x 39 inches signed lower left: R. Harris-Ching ThePROVENANCE:TryonGallery LTD., London (label verso) From a Private Collection $3,000 – $5,000 104 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) Scarlet Macaws mixed media on panel 9 ½ x 4 ¼ inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman 1989 © GalleryPROVENANCE:Jamel,Waldorf, MD (label verso) From a Private Collection $3,000 – $5,000 105 GIUSEPPE PALUMBO (1958– ) Flock of Five 21bronzex26 x 9 inches inscribed lower left: GIUSEPPE PALUMBO 2013 24/35 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Oceanside, CA $5,000 – $7,000

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45 SESSION II LOT 106 – LOT 298 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 12:30 PM MDT PRESENTED BY TRAILSIDE GALLERIES & GERALD PETERS GALLERY

46 106 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) Goats etching and drypoint 7 ⅞ x 10 ⅞ inches (plate) signed lower right: C. Rungius ArthurPROVENANCE:H.Harlow & Co, New York, NY (label verso) From a Private DonaldLITERATURE:CollectionE.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 13 $4,000 – $6,000 107 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) An Old Prospector 7etching½x9 ½ inches signed lower right: C. Rungius ArthurPROVENANCE:H.Harlow & Co., New York, NY (label verso) From a Private DonaldLITERATURE:CollectionE.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 9 $3,000 – $5,000 108 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) Coming to the Call 7etching¾x10 ¾ inches signed lower right: C. Rungius KennedyPROVENANCE:Galleries, Inc., New York, NY (label verso) From a Private DonaldLITERATURE:CollectionE.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 42 $3,000 – $5,000 109 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) An Old Fighter 6etching⅛x8 ¼ inches signed lower right: C. Rungius DonaldFromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollectionLITERATURE:E.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 3 $3,000 – $5,000

47 110 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) The Answer from the Barren 6etching½x8 ½ inches signed lower right: C. Rungius DonaldFromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollectionLITERATURE:E.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 4 $2,000 – $4,000 111 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) Young Bull 12etchingx9½ inches signed lower right: C. Rungius ArthurPROVENANCE:H.Harlow & Co., New York, NY (label verso) From a Private DonaldLITERATURE:CollectionE.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 16 $2,000 – $4,000 112 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) Lord of the Canyon etching and drypoint 6 ⅛ x 8 ⅜ inches (plate) signed lower right: C. Rungius ArthurPROVENANCE:H.Harlow & Co, New York, NY (label verso) From a Private DonaldLITERATURE:CollectionE.Crouch, Carl Rungius: The Complete Prints, Mountain Press Publishing: Missoula, MT, 1989 example Illus. plate 2 $3,000 – $5,000

48 113 HOWARD ROGERS (1932–2022) Down to Winter Pastures oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: H. RogErs © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 114 TOM BROWNING (1949– ) Out of the Shadows oil on linen 22 x 14 inches signed lower left: Tom Browning CA PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $4,000 –115$6,000RAY SWANSON (1937–2004) Back from Branding oil on canvas 26 x 38 inches signed lower right: Ray Swanson © verso: signed, titled and dated HusbergPROVENANCE:FineArts Gallery, Sedona, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $10,000 – $20,000

49 116 DAN MIEDUCH (1947– ) The Face on the Barroom Floor oil on board 18 x 24 inches signed lower left: © DAN MIEDUCH 1991. TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $4,000 – $6,000 117 FRANK MCCARTHY (1924–2002) An Early Start, 1970 casein on panel 15 x 30 inches signed lower left: McCarthy ‘70 verso: titled and signed KennedyPROVENANCE:Galleries, New York, NY (verso label) From a Private Collection $8,000 – $12,000

ThePROVENANCE:Artist $8,000 – $12,000

120 JIM CARSON (1942– ) Fortune Seekers of the Yukon, 1896 Klondike Gold Rush, 2022 oil on canvas 42 x 64 inches signed lower right: © Carson 2022 verso: signed, titled “In August, 1896, Skookum Jim and his family found gold near the Klondike River in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Their discovery sparked one of the most frantic gold rushes in history. Nearby miners immediately flocked to the Klondike to stake their claims. Eventually 3,000 prospectors arrived to try their luck, but only 300 eventually found any gold. That year Thomas Edison set off to the Klondike with cameras in tow. He succeeded in capturing fascinating images of the prospectors brought in by the gold rush. This painting was inspired by some of Edison’s photographs.”— Jim Carson, May, 2022

119 JIM CARSON (1942– ) Cow Town, 2022 oil on canvas 48 x 72 inches signed lower right: © Carson 2022 verso: signed, titled “It was 1867 in post-Civil War Texas. The cattle in the state had continued to multiply and by 1860 there were more than six times as many cattle as people. To meet the beef demands of the eastern markets, cowboys pushed cattle herds north through Texas to Abilene Kansas to be loaded on trains. Perhaps one of the most famous cattle towns of the wild west was old Fort Worth also known as “Cowtown.” Fort Worth was so integral in the cattle drives of the late 1800s because it was the half-way point between south Texas and Abilene, and 800 mile dusty journey.”— Jim Carson, May, 2022

ThePROVENANCE:Artist $8,000 – $12,000

50 118 FRANK MCCARTHY (1924–2002) The Hallelujah Trail oil on board 26 x 40 inches signed lower right: McCarthy Illustration for “The Hallelujah Trail” movie poster, 1965 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Arizona EXHIBITED: Cowboy Humor, Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Wickenburg, AZ, November 26, 1990 - January 15, 1991 (label verso) $8,000 – $12,000

51 121 CLARK HULINGS (1922–2011) Sicilian Light in Giuliana oil on canvas 20 x 30 inches signed lower left: Hulings © 1996 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $20,000 – $30,000 122 JOHN MOYERS (1958– ) Chinaco gouache on paper 36 x 24 inches signed lower right: “Chinaco” John Moyers CA 08 © verso: titled, signed, dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ $5,000 – $7,000

52 123 BRUCE GREENE (1953– ) A Cowboy’s Commute oil on canvas 44 x 56 inches signed lower right: Bruce R. Greene CA © FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Mr. Robert McCarthy, Scottsdale, AZ $20,000 – $40,000

53 124 MARTIN GRELLE (1954– ) First of June oil on canvas 14 x 18 inches signed lower right: MARTIN GRELLE © 1990 (artist cipher) verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $10,000 – $20,000 125 MARTIN GRELLE (1954– ) Morning Glow oil on canvas 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: MARTIN GRELLE © ‘97 (artist cipher) OverlandPROVENANCE:Galleryof Fine Art, Scottsdale, AZ From a Private Collection $7,000 – $10,000 126 G. RUSSELL CASE (1966– ) Cliff Riders oil on board 12 x 16 inches signed lower left: G. Russell Case verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000

54 127 BONNIE MARRIS (1951– ) Wolves oil on canvas 18 x 30 inches signed lower right: BLMarris © HusbergPROVENANCE:FineArts Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) Private Collection, Arizona $7,000 – $10,000 128 NANCY GLAZIER (1947– ) Out for Lunch oil on board 23 x 14 ½ inches signed lower left: N. GLAZIER verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 129 CARL BRENDERS (1937– ) Chipmunks gouache and watercolor on paper 10 x 13 ¼ inches signed lower right: © C Brenders 09 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $6,000 – $9,000

55 130 CARL BRENDERS (1937– ) Love Is In The Air gouache and watercolor on board 26 x 34 ½ inches signed lower right: © C Brenders ‘10 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $20,000 – $30,000

PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $600 – $900

Tundra Challenge gouache and watercolor on board 25 ½ x 44 ½ inches signed lower right: © C Brenders 2011 Caribou are migratory animals and are known for mass migrations across the tundra in search of food. They are well adapted to living in the tundra with thick fur and skin that enable them to enter frigid rivers while migrating. Their large, spreading hooves support the animal in snow during the winter and marshy tundra in the summer. Caribou are also known to be great swimmers and use their feet as paddles. Tundra Challengers offers the viewer a scene of two male caribou, solitary for most of the year, who have come together in the fall season for the rut, running at each other and locking antlers to establish their dominance and win the attention of female caribou. Carl Brenders captures his two subjects with anatomical perfection, juxtaposed against the vast tundra landscape with its patchy, low ground vegetation of small shrubs, grasses, mosses and lichens.

Tundra Challenge graphite on paper 5 ½ x 9 ¾ inches signed lower left: C. Brenders

56 131 CARL BRENDERS (1937– )

PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $25,000 – $35,000 CARL BRENDERS (1937– )

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57 133 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Still Life Quail and Pointer oil on board 18 x 24 inches signed lower right: CARLSON FromThePROVENANCE:ArtisttheCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Dallas, TX, 2009, p. 80, illustrated $15,000 – $25,000 134 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Pointer oil on board 10 x 13 inches signed lower left: CARLSON FromThePROVENANCE:ArtisttheCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Dallas, TX, 2009, p. 81, illustrated $6,000 – $9,000

58 135 TUCKER SMITH (1940– ) Silver Tip oil on canvas 24 x 32 inches signed lower left: Tucker Smith 07 verso: Prix de West Invitational (label verso) FromPROVENANCE:thecollection of Joy and Tony Greene (label verso) March in Montana, 2019 lot 585 (label verso) From a Private Collection $45,000 – $65,000

59 136 RALPH OBERG (1950– ) Prime Time oil on linen 36 x 48 inches signed lower left: oberg. verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $8,000 – $12,000 137 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Waterhole Rulers oil on board 18 x 27 inches signed lower right: CARLSON FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $14,000 – $18,000

60 138 TUCKER SMITH (1940– ) Rabbit Brush, Lupine and Sage oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches signed lower left: Tucker Smith 02 “The location of this painting is about 8 miles from our home on the rim and along the Green River. In the first part of August the lupine are still in bloom and the rabbit brush is just starting to bloom. The colorful blooms against a brilliant blue sky makes a perfect setting for the pronghorn”— Tucker Smith FromThePROVENANCE:ArtisttheCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma EXHIBITED: Tucker Smith: A Celebration of Nature, The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY, June 15, 2020 - August 23, 2020 TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Callas, TX, 2009, p. 196, illustrated $60,000 – $80,000

61 139 CONRAD SCHWIERING (1916–1986) Autumn in the Mountains oil on board 30 x 36 inches signed lower right: Schwiering © (artist cipher) verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Ms. Amy Minella, Wyoming $12,000 – $18,000 140 TUCKER SMITH (1940– ) Wyoming Icons oil on canvas 10 x 12 inches signed lower right: Tucker Smith 94 FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons Without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Dallas, TX, 2009, Illus. p. 197 $10,000 – $15,000

62 141 BOB KUHN (1920–2007) Settlin’ In acrylic on board 8 x 14 inches signed lower right: kuhn FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $35,000 – $55,000

63 142 BOB KUHN (1920–2007) A Walk on the Tundra - Grizzly Bears acrylic on board 20 x 30 inches signed lower right: Kuhn 97 verso: signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons Without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Dallas, TX, 2009, Illus. p. 121 $100,000 – $150,000

64 143 BRUCE CHEEVER (1958– ) Distant Thunder, 2022 oil on linen on board 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: Bruce Cheever “Distant thunder is heard as an impending morning shower heads toward camp. Preparations are being made as hunters ready themselves for the day ahead.”— Bruce Cheever FromPROVENANCE:theArtist $12,000 – $18,000 144 TOM BROWNING (1949– ) Prayer to the Spirits oil on canvas 24 x 18 inches signed lower right: Tom Browning (artist cipher) verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Westlake, TX $4,000 – $6,000

65 145 DAVID HALBACH (1931–2022) Negotiation Done watercolor on paper 14 x 24 inches (sight) signed lower left: David Halbach CA © ‘14 FromPROVENANCE:theEstateof David Halbach, Arizona $3,000 – $5,000 146 JOHN PHELPS (1949– ) Men to Match the Rockies oil on canvas 30 x 48 inches signed lower right: Phelps (artist cipher) © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $12,000 – $18,000 147 WILLIAM ACHEFF (1947– ) Young Lady Blossom oil on canvas 12 x 10 inches signed lower right: © Wm. Acheff 2006 verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $6,000 – $9,000

66 149 JOHN NIETO (1936–2018) Sioux Sun Dancer acrylic on canvas 48 x 60 inches signed lower right: nieto verso: titled, signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000 148 R.S. RIDDICK (1952– ) Tender Warrior oil on canvas 56 x 68 inches signed lower left: R.S. Riddick ©1998 verso: titled, signed, dated JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction, Jackson, Wyoming, September 14, 2018, Lot 200 From a Private Collection $20,000 – $30,000

67 150 Z.S. LIANG (1953– ) Taking Aim oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches signed lower right: Z.S. LIANG verso: titled and signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000 151 JOSEPH REEVES (1898–1973) Medicine Man oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches signed lower right: J Mason Reeves ThePROVENANCE:LegacyGallery, Jackson, WY (label verso) Christie’s Los Angeles, May 1, 2001, lot 48 From a Private Collection $5,000 – $7,000 152 Z.S. LIANG (1953– ) Cheyenne War Chief oil on canvas 12 x 9 inches signed lower left: Z.S. LIANG FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection, Wyoming $4,000 – $6,000

68 153 HOWARD TERPNING (1927– ) Awaiting the Signal oil on canvas 42 x 28 inches signed lower left: © Terpning 1996 verso: signed, titled, dated “These Northern Plains warriors are waiting for the beginning of an attack or an ambush. They are watching for the signal that could be the wave of a blanket, or the flash of a mirror. Whoever their enemy is, they are in for a surprise.” — Howard Terpning Often referred to as the Storyteller of the Native American, Howard Terpning’s realistic paintings are among the most sought after and acclaimed images ever produced of Native American traditions, customs, and history. In his masterfully created historical works, we see his deep dedication to the accurate, compassionate, and insightful depiction of the Native American culture.

Born in Oak Park, Illinois, he attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Art and the American Academy of Art. Terpning then worked in commercial art in Chicago before moving to New York City where he had a successful career as a commercial illustrator for magazines and movie posters.

In 1977, Terpning moved to Tucson, Arizona to document Native American culture and the American West. Two years later, he was elected to the National Academy of Western Art as well the Cowboy Artists of America. Over the last four decades, his remarkable career has been recognized with every top award in western art including countless Gold Medals from the Cowboy Artists of America, two Prix De West Purchase Awards from the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Hubbard Award for Excellence and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Autry National Center of the American West.

PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas DonLITERATURE:Hedgpeth, Howard Terpning: Spirit of the Plains People, Greenwich Workshop, 2001, Illus. p. 146-147. CowboyEXHIBITED:Artists of America, Thirty-First Annual Exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum, October 18 through November 17, 1996 $500,000 – $700,000

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70 154 ROY ANDERSEN (1930–2019) Apsaroke Hunter oil on canvas 30 x 20 inches signed lower right: Roy Andersen CA PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Arizona EXHIBITED: A Collector’s Dream: The Walter F. Kessler Collection, Phippen Museum, Prescott, AZ, June 19 - August 15, 1999 (label verso) $8,000 – $12,000 155 ROY ANDERSEN (1930–2019) Call of the Kingfisher oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches signed lower left: Roy Andersen CA PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Arizona $10,000 – $15,000

71 156 FRANK MCCARTHY (1924–2002) The Greeting oil on board 12 x 16 inches signed lower right: McCarthy © verso: signed and titled AltermannPROVENANCE:&Morris Galleries, Dallas, TX; Santa Fe, NM; Houston, TX (label verso) From a Private Collection $7,000 – $10,000 157 MARTIN GRELLE (1954– ) Scouting oil on canvas 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: MARTIN GRELLE © ‘97 (artist cipher) verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000

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158 JOHN CLYMER (1909–1989) When Evening Comes oil on canvas 24 x 48 inches signed lower right: John Clymer (artist cipher) © 1980 verso: titled, signed, dated Widely recognized for recording western history and wildlife in his art, John Ford Clymer was born in Ellensburg, Washington in 1907. Clymer developed an interest in art from a very early age. Following high school, he moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, where he worked as an illustrator and attended art school. In 1930, Clymer attended the Wilmington Academy in Delaware, where he encountered and found inspiration from the illustrator and western artist, N.C. Wyeth. In 1932, Clymer married his childhood sweetheart Doris and moved to Westport, Connecticut to join the artist gathering there.

During World War II, Clymer and illustrator Tom Lovell joined the Marines. Stationed in Washington State, they spent their time painting war illustrations. After the war Clymer decided to create historical paintings. In order to accurately depict the West in his work, Clymer researched and traveled throughout the region. In 1966, Clymer and his wife settled down in the quiet western town of Jackson, Wyoming, to better pursue Clymer’s interest in painting local western people and regional wildlife.

Clymer received many honors, including the National Academy of Western Art’s Prix de West Award and the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Rungius Medal. His hometown of Ellensburg, Washington established the Clymer Museum. Clymer’s family generously donated the contents of his studio to the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

AltermannPROVENANCE:Galleries, Santa Fe, NM (label verso) Sotheby’s New York, January 2021 From a Private Collection, Wyoming $150,000 – $250,000

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In his old age he told his story to John G. Neihardt, who translated it and set it down in the classic Black Elk Speaks

BigPROVENANCE:HornGallery, Cody, Wyoming Private Collection, Texas

160 FRANK MCCARTHY (1924–2002) The Charge oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: McCarthy (artist cipher CA) © AltermannPROVENANCE:&Morris Galleries, Dallas, TX; Santa Fe, NM; Houston, TX (label verso) From a Private Collection $30,000 – $50,000 Frank McCarthy’s dynamic paintings most often featured the rugged people of the West with a special emphasis on the Plains Indian, mountain men and cavalry. Aptly referred to as the “Dean of Western Action Painters,” McCarthy’s paintings are unsurpassed for their motion, drama and attention to accuracy and detail. His painting The Charge, has all of the elements that McCarthy was known for - a Native American subject, a rugged western landscape setting and a well drawn figure captured in a dramatic moment. He was a keen student of western history, careful to include authentic details of clothing and weaponry.

LITERATURE: The Art of James Bama, Elmer Kelton, pp. 78-80 $30,000 – $50,000

159 JAMES BAMA (1926–2022) Descendant Of Black Elk oil on board 20 x 24 inches signed lower right: Bama ‘87 verso: titled, dated Clifton DeSerca, a Sioux, lives and works in the modern world but has strong ties to the last days of the freeroaming horseback Indian of the plains. His greatgrandfather was Black Elk, a Sioux holy man whose autobiography is considered one of the most important pieces of Native American literature. Black Elk was born in the Moon of the Popping Trees (December) in the Winter When the Four Crows Were Killed (1863) and as a youngster participated in the battle of the Little Big Horn.

75 161 HOWARD TERPNING (1927– ) The Cavalry Scarf oil on canvas 28 x 20 inches signed lower right: © Terpning, 1984, ‘CA’ verso: titled, signed GilcreaseThePROVENANCE:ArtistRendezvous, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1985 From a Private Collection, Oklahoma ThomasEXHIBITED:Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art Gilcrease Rendezvous 1985. May 3 - July 7, 1985 (label verso) $80,000 – $120,000

76 162 DAVID HALBACH (1936–2022) Readying The Mixed Dance watercolor on paper 20 x 30 inches signed lower left: DAVID HALBACH (artist cipher) © ‘97 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $6,000 – $9,000 163 DAVID HALBACH (1931–2022) Touching Up watercolor on paper 13 x 22 ½ inches (sight) signed lower left: David Halbach CA © ‘11 FromPROVENANCE:theEstateof David Halbach, Arizona $3,000 – $5,000 164 TOM DARRO (1946– ) In Navajo Country oil on canvas 44 x 30 inches signed lower left: © Tom Darro PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Washington $6,000 – $9,000

77 165 RAY SWANSON (1937–2004) Navajos at Castle Butte oil on canvas 50 x 38 inches signed lower right: Ray Swanson © 80 verso: signed, titled and dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $20,000 – $30,000 166 RAY SWANSON (1937–2004) Hopi Woman oil on board 29 x 29 inches (sight) signed lower right: Ray Swanson © (artist cipher CA) FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $6,000 – $9,000

78 167 NICHOLAS COLEMAN (1978– ) Lower Salt River - Buffalo Days, 2022 oil on linen 30 x 40 inches signed lower ThePROVENANCE:leftArtist $10,000 – $15,000

79 168 GARY NIBLETT (1943– ) Trail of Many Soldiers oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches signed lower right: Gary Niblett CA verso: titled and signed Comes with a preliminary sketch, pencil on paper, 8 ½ x 6 ½ inches, signed PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paradise Valley, AZ CowboyEXHIBITED:Artists of America 39th Annual Sale & Exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ, October 23 - November 21, 2004 (label verso) $18,000 – $24,000 169 MAHER MARCOS (1947– ) The Only Good Indian Is... 33bronzex40 x 22 inches inscribed front right: © Maher Morcos (ed.) 4/20 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $8,000 – $12,000

80 170 G. HARVEY (1933–2017) One of Those Days oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches signed lower left: g. Harvey ©1987 verso: signed, titled, dated J.PROVENANCE:R.MooneyGalleries of Fine Art, San Antonio, TX (label verso) Private Collection, Texas $60,000 – $90,000

81 172 G. HARVEY (1933–2017) Moonlight Tracks oil on board 7 x 11 inches signed lower left: G. Harvey © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $10,000 – $15,000 171 BILL OWEN (1942–2013) Converting a Maverick oil on canvas 30 x 20 inches signed lower right: © Bill OWEN (artist cipher CA) 1985 verso: titled and signed, artist’s story FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000

82 173 TOM LOVELL (1909–1997) Untitled oil on board 24 x 25 inches signed lower left: TOM LOVELL verso: signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $40,000 – $60,000

83 174 JOHN CLYMER (1907–1989) The Hunters oil on board 20 x 30 inches signed lower right: John Clymer verso: titled and signed MorrisPROVENANCE:&Whiteside Galleries, Hilton Head Island, SC (label verso) Altermann & Morris Galleries, Houston, TX (label verso) From a Private Collection $70,000 – $100,000

84 175 JAMES BAMA (1926–2022) OX Team Driver watercolor on paper 19 x 29 inches signed lower right: Bama ‘95 In 1968 James Bama and his wife left Manhattan and relocated to Cody, Wyoming, eventually settling on the north fork of the Shoshone River, about 20 miles west of Cody. The area’s scenic landscapes, rugged and independent individuals and mountain solitude provided the ideal setting for Bama’s western paintings. Influenced by photography, abstract expressionism, pop art, and illustration he fused these styles into a highly detailed brand of realism and dedicated his career to capturing the ethnic and cultural complexity of the American West. FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Dan and Kathy McCranie, California $20,000 – $30,000 176 OLAF WIEGHORST (1899–1988) The Trail Home oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches signed lower left: O. Wieghorst (artist cipher) verso: titled, signed FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000

85 177 TOM LOVELL (1909–1997) Fremont Crossing the Rockies oil on canvas 22 x 32 inches signed upper right: TOM LOVELL SignatureDuffyPROVENANCE:OysterFoundationArtoftheAmerican West & Texas Auction, December 16, 2009, Dallas, TX Private Collection, Texas $60,000 – $70,000

86 179 MELVIN WARREN (1920–1995) Searching for Shelter oil on canvas 22 x 30 inches signed lower right: Melvin C. Warren 1964 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $8,000 – $12,000 178 MELVIN WARREN (1920–1995) The Roundup oil on canvas 22 x 34 inches signed lower left: Melvin C. Warren FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $20,000 – $30,000

FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $50,000 – $75,000

After serving in the Air Force during World War II, Warren attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas and earned a degree in fine art. After graduation, Warren worked as a commercial painter by day and cowboy artist by night, eventually studying art under Samuel Ziegler. He became a keen observer of ranch life and Native American culture. By the 1960s, Warren would finally gain enough success with galleries to allow him to quit his day job and focus on his art full-time. In 1968, Warren joined the Cowboy Artists of America, winning the group’s Memorial Award in his very first exhibition. Both a skilled painter and sculptor, Warren focused his subject matter on the heroic west. Today, collectors instantly recognize his naturalistic depictions of the West, infused with light and warm earth tones with influences of Impressionism.

The son of a ranch hand and cowboy, it is not surprising that Mel Warren would develop an interest in the wild west and go on to become one of the original members of the Cowboy Artists of America. Born in 1920, he moved from ranch to ranch throughout California, Arizona and New Mexico before settling in Texas at the age of fourteen. No stranger to the work of a ranch hand, Warren would later use his firsthand experiences to fuel his artistic endeavors.

87 180 MELVIN WARREN (1920–1995) Cowboy Legacy oil on canvas 36 x 60 inches signed lower right: © Mel Warren (artist cipher CA) 1983

88 181 HENRY FRANCOIS FARNY (1847–1916) Indian Encampment with Travois watercolor and gouache on paper 1 ¾ x 3 ¾ inches signed lower right: Farny CoeurPROVENANCE:d’AleneArt Auction, July 2000 Private Collection, Bozeman, MT $15,000 – $25,000 182 GUTZON BORGLUM (1867–1941) Apaches Pursued 18bronze½x 23 x 11 inches inscribed left verso: gutzon - Borglum Lion Exp des Beaux - Arts 1901 (artist cipher) FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $30,000 – $50,000 (actual size)

Wichita,EXHIBITED:KS,Paintings of the Southwest from the Santa Fe Art Collection, Wichita Art Association Museum, 5 January - 25 February, 1974

SantaThePROVENANCE:ArtistFeRailwayCollection (no. 34), acquired June 1921 Private Collection, Santa Fe, NM, 2001

Santa Fe, NM, Museum of Fine Arts, Visions & Visionaries: The Art of the Santa Fe Railway, 3 August - 8 December, 1991 Albuquerque, NM, Albuquerque Museum, E.I. Couse: An Image Maker for America, December 22, 1991 - March 15, 1992

Saginaw, MI, Saginaw Art Museum, The American Indian: E.I. Couse, 1-30 November, 1980, cat. n.p. Palm Springs, CA, Palm Springs Desert Museum, 5 December 1986 - February 1987

89 183 EANGER IRVING COUSE (1866–1936) The Eagle Dance oil on canvas 24 x 29 inches signed lower left: E-I-COUSE

NicholasLITERATURE:Woloshuk, Jr., E. Irving Couse 1866-1936, Santa Fe, NM: Institute of Fine Arts, 1968, illus. in color, n.p. Nicholas Woloshuk, E. Irving Couse 1866-1936, Santa Fe, NM: Santa Fe Village Art Museum, 1976, illus. in color p. 88. Eanger Irving Couse Image Maker for America, exh. cat., Albuquerque, NM: The Albuquerque Museum, 1991, pl. 69, pps. 198-199, illus. in color p. 199 Sandra D’Emilio and Suzan Campbell, Visions and Visionaries: The Art & Artists of the Santa Fe Railway, Salt Lake City: Peregrine Books, 1991, p. 106-107, illus. $150,000 – $250,000

The bewildered Indian gazes in wonderment at the scribbled initials of an intruding civilization. The cow skulls tell of the journey’s hardships for animals that did not complete the journey to greener pastures. This site was the resting spot for many wagon trains; here they spent the night and cooked a meal which may well have consisted of their own oxen.”

“Register Rock in Idaho served the Oregon Trail, and Remington’s depiction of it embodies the whole story of Western migration.

Peter Hassrick, Frederic Remington: Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture in the Amon Carter Museum and The Sid W. Richardson Foundation Collections, Abrams, Inc., 1973, Illus. p. 96-97

FindlayPROVENANCE:GalleriesIncorporated (label verso) The Century Co., New York, NY (label verso) Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX (label verso) The Coeur d’Alene Art Auction, 1999 Private Collection, Bozeman, MT LITERATURE: Century Magazine, July 1891, p. 417, illustrated.

90 184 FREDERIC REMINGTON (1861–1909) Register Rock, Idaho, 1891 oil on canvas 17 x 27 ¾ inches signed lower left: FREDERIC REMINGTON

Peter Hassrick wrote, “Geological curiosities become the signposts for civilizations on the move. When the terrain is unfamiliar, natural landmarks guide travelers across uncharted reaches, serving as beacons in the wilderness. But as the paths become worn, so do the guideposts. They soon take on the etched identity of the people who pass and inevitably reflect the human failing to record that ‘Kilroy was here.”’

Peter Hassrick and Melissa Webster, Frederic Remington: A Catalogue Raisonne, Volume I (Cody, Wyoming: Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1996), p. 379, illustrated. $200,000 – $300,000

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During those years of hard labor, Gollings also honed his innate artistic talents, experimenting with paint sets, and refining his craft. In 1905 Gollings returned to Chicago and enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts, earning a scholarship to continue his studies for a second year. Feeling the pull of the west, Gollings moved to Sheridan, Wyoming, in 1909 where he built a small studio, and made a permanent residence.

185 WILLIAM GOLLINGS (1878–1932) Summer Camp oil on canvas 29 x 22 inches signed lower right: Gollings (artist cipher) 1931 Born in Pierce City, Idaho, in 1878, William E. Gollings had a passion for the west in his veins. After spending his early years in the mining camps of Idaho, Gollings went to Michigan to stay with family after his mother passed away. From there he traveled to Chicago to get a formal education. They may have taken the boy out of the west, but he eagerly studied Frederic Remington’s illustrations in Harper’s Weekly and other publications, furthering not only his love of the old west, but also his interest in art. In 1896 Gollings purchased a train ticket out of Chicago and began traveling through South Dakota and Nebraska, working as a ranch hand and cowboy.

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Drawing upon his years of personal experience working as everything from a ranch hand and cowboy to a gold miner and stagecoach driver, Gollings sought to preserve a west that was quickly disappearing. His proximity to the last of the old west in Wyoming also brought him into contact with other artists who served as mentors and friends; among them Edward Borein, W.H.D. Koerner, Charles M. Russell, and most importantly Joseph Henry Sharp. Sharp served as a key influence for Gollings, assisting him with technique and artistic methods.

ThomasPROVENANCE:NygardGallery, Bozeman, MT (label verso) From a Private Collection, Wyoming $200,000 – $300,000

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94 186 WILLIAM GOLLINGS (1878–1932) Untitled (Cowboy on Horseback) oil on board 14 x 10 inches signed lower right: Gollings, 1913 (artist’s cipher) FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of D. William Kroupa & Alicia C. Kroupa, Omaha, Nebraska $30,000 – $50,000

95 187 WILLIAM GOLLINGS (1878–1932) Untitled (Landscape), 1911 oil on board 5 ½ x 7 ¼ inches signed lower right: Gollings 1911 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 189 CONRAD SCHWIERING (1916–1986) Coming Home oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: Schwiering © 1979 verso: signed, titled, dated 188 WILLIAM GOLLINGS (1878–1932) Untitled (Landscape) oil on board 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches signed lower left: Gollings FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 Coming Home depicts a local cattleman, ‘Brownie’ Brown, bringing Hereford cattle back from the mountain grazing allotments in the fall of the year. ThePROVENANCE:EstateofClifford and Martha Hansen, Wyoming Private Collection, Jackson, WY $25,000 – $35,000

96 190 E.S. PAXSON (1852–1919) In Injun Country gouache on paper 22 x 14 inches signed lower left: E.S. Paxson -1904signed lower right: Paxs -1903JohnPROVENANCE:R.HowardFine Art, Missoula, MT (label) Scottsdale Art Auction (label) The Russell Live Auction, 2017 From a Private Collection $12,000 – $18,000 191 WILLIAM R. LEIGH (1866–1955) White Horse with Navajo Saddle pastel and graphite on paper 9 x 13 inches (sight) signed lower right: WR. LEIGH. PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Arizona $6,000 – $9,000

97 192 JOHN HAUSER 1959–1913 Pueblo of Laguna gouache on paper 18 x 10 inches signed lower right: John Hauser. 1900. Lockwood’sPROVENANCE:Midwestern Galleries, Inc. Cincinnati, Ohio (label verso) Fenn Galleries Ltd. Santa Fe, NM (label verso) From a Private Collection $8,000 – $12,000 193 ERNEST LAWSON (1873–1939) Little Ranch Colorado oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches signed lower left: E. Lawson. FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000

This work will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné to be done under the supervision of Ron Tyler and Debbie White.

RonLITERATURE:Tyler,ed.,Alfred Jacob Miller: Artist on the Oregon Trail, with a Catalogue Raisonné by Karen Dewees Reynolds and William R. Johnston, Fort Worth, TX: The Amon Carter Museum, 1981, no. 51, p. 247; cat. no. 146C.

In order to provide his patron with a comprehensive pictorial record of the 1837 journey, Miller constantly observed and sketched the dayto-day life of the trappers and Indians that the caravan encountered. Theses sketches and the life experiences Miller had while on the Oregon Trail provided him with a lifetime of source material for the oil paintings he completed upon his return. Able to blend his first-hand accounts of the 1837 expedition with his idealized romantic tendencies from his academic training, Miller created an oeuvre that provides viewers today with a rare window into this moment of the American frontier.

EXHIBITED: Alfred Jacob Miller: Artist on the Oregon Trail, The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, October 16, 1981- January 10, 1982

Douglas Gordon Carroll (their son) and Amelie Hack Carroll, Brooklandville, MD

By descent in the family to Private Collection, Brooklandville, MD, ca. 1984 Jackson Hole Art Auction, Jackson Hole, WY, 2014 Private Collection, Wyoming

Douglas Gordon Carroll Jr. (their son) and Marguerite Dewey Carroll, Brooklandville, MD

Alfred Jacob Miller: Artist on the Oregon Trail, Buffalo Bill Historical Society, Cody, Wyoming, May 1- September 30, 1982 Government House (courtesy of the Maryland Historical Society), Baltimore, Maryland, 1984-88

The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland, 2005-2013 (courtesy of present owner)

$500,000 – $700,000

JohnPROVENANCE:NicholasCarroll

Indian Shooting a Cougar oil on canvas 24 x 19 ⅞ inches Inunsigned1837, the Scottish nobleman Captain William Drummond Stewart invited Alfred Jacob Miller to accompany him as the expedition artist on his journey along the Oregon Trail. The journey would take them to the annual rendezvous of fur trappers and traders at Horse Creek, near the banks of the Green River. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Miller studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1833 and spent time copying Old Master paintings in the Louvre. After traveling through Italy, Miller returned to Baltimore the following year to earn a living as a portrait painter. In late 1836, he left his native city for New Orleans, where he met Stewart, the man who would change the course of his Bycareer.joining Stewart’s expedition, Miller received the opportunity to travel further on the Oregon Trail than any artist had at that point; allowing him to paint previously unknown subjects and scenery. The American frontier was a continuously changing environment, and several scenes and events that Miller recorded in 1837 had disappeared by the time other artists followed in his footsteps. For example, Miller’s paintings of Fort Laramie record the original wooden structure that was torn down in 1840 and replaced by a new adobe building the next year. The drawings and watercolors that Miller produced while on the trail and afterwards provide rare glimpses into the life of the American Indian and the events that occurred on the American frontier during that period.

98 194 ALFRED JACOB MILLER (1810–1874)

On the trail Miller encountered Indians with cougar pelts, and learned first hand of the preciousness of these skins. According to Miller’s own account “The Indians set a high value on his (the Cougar’s) beautiful hide, in a superstitious view, as grand ‘medicine,’ and in a particular view, as an elegant quiver for arrows,-nothing will induce them to part with an acquisition of this kind. They formed certainly the finest article that came under our view;- but we failed entirely in our trails to purchase one.” Unable to acquire an actual pelt, Miller captured this beautiful and enigmatic creature in oil instead—immortalizing a memory from his travels and owning it in the only way he could.

Alfred Jacob Miller: Artist on the Oregon Trail, The Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas, January 29 - March 14, 1982

and Mary Thomas Carroll (likely commissioned from the artist), Baltimore, MD

1 Marvin C. Coss, ed., Artists Letters to Alfred Jacob Miller, Typescript, Library, Walters Art Museum.

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100 195 BRUNO LILJEFORS (1860–1939) Standoff in the Snow oil on board 15 ¾ x 21 inches signed verso: Bruno Liljefors FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000 196 BRUNO LILJEFORS (1860–1939) Landscape with Creek oil on canvas 19 ½ x 25 ½ inches FromunsignedPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 197 BRUNO LILJEFORS (1860–1939) Verdant Landscape oil on canvas 19 ½ x 25 ½ inches signed lower left: Bruno Liljefors 1933 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000

GiftedThePROVENANCE:Artisttohisniece,

198 CARL RUNGIUS (1869–1959) Challenge, ca. 1905 oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches signed lower right: C. Rungius

Rungius’s studio in New York allowed him easy access to the art scene of New York City as well as the wilderness of the Northeast and the Canadian Rockies. In 1904 Rungius traveled the Yukon with Charles Sheldon, and in 1910 he traveled to Banff, Alberta for the first time. In Banff, Rungius found the ideal location for painting and hunting, particularly with the prevalence of the bighorn sheep in the region. Rungius built a studio there in 1921, nicknamed ‘The Paintbox,’ and visited annually until his death in 1959.

Despite being one of the most famous painters of North American wildlife, Carl Rungius was born in Rixdorf near Berlin, Germany, in 1869. Rungius developed an early interest in studying and hunting wild animals, due in large part to the influence of his father and grandfather, both amateur naturalists and taxidermists. At a young age Rungius also showed a talent for drawing and pursued his formal artistic training in Berlin at the Berlin Art School, the Academy of Fine Arts, and the School of Applied Arts. Following his education, Rungius began his career as a romantic painter in Germany As fortune would have it, in 1894 Rungius’s uncle invited him to travel to Maine for a hunting trip. It was then that Rungius’s passion for hunting big game and painting truly came together, as he found his inspiration for both in the wildlife of North America. Enchanted, Rungius spent a summer hunting in Wyoming before moving permanently to New York in 1897.

Sportsman’s

Upon arriving in the United States from his native Germany, Carl Rungius had never seen a living moose, yet he chose this species as the subject of his first American painting, titled simply, Canada Moose. During his career, Rungius devoted more time to depicting moose than any other big game subject. His interpretation of the moose changed throughout his career, reflecting both his development as an artist and his changing attitudes toward wildlife. Mrs. Ruth Wacker Edge/King Gallery, New York, NY a Private Collection, Napa, CA – $100,000

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102 199 G. HARVEY (1933–2017) The Sidewalk Café oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches signed lower right: G. Harvey- © 1988 verso: titled, signed, dated TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private GeraldLITERATURE:CollectionHarveyJones, The Golden Era: A Celebration of Light, Somerset House Publishing, Fulshear, TX, 1990, illus. p. XVI. Gerald Harvey Jones, The Golden Era: The American Dream, Somerset House Publishing, Fulshear, TX, 1992, Illus. p. X-XI. $100,000 – $150,000

201 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Felice charcoal and conte crayon on board 22 x 18 inches signed lower right: Schmid 1970

RichardFromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollectionLITERATURE:Schmid, Alla Prima: Everything I Know About Painting, Stove Prairie Press, 1998, Illus. p. 79 $4,000 – $6,000

FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $60,000 – $90,000

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200 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Girl Reading oil on canvas 32 x 50 inches signed lower right: Schmid Richard Schmid was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1934. Schmid began drawing at an early age, and when he was twelve he enrolled in formal artistic training and began studying landscape painting. At eighteen, Schmid studied under William H. Mosby at the American Academy of Art in Chicago. Mosby redirected Schmid from his early interest in illustration and introduced him to an in-depth study of the old masters. As a result of his time with Mosby, Schmid began painting “alla prima,” in which the artist completes a painting in one session. Throughout his long artistic career, Schmid has seen representational art fall in and out of fashion, and despite changing artistic trends he has seen decades of wonderful success. While Schmid does not consider himself to be an Impressionist painter, he does use impressionism in his work frequently. Reminiscent of the Golden Age painters, Schmid applies these classic techniques to the modern era, reinventing and applying them in new and exciting Schmid’sways.work resides in several significant permanent collections, including The Smithsonian, and he has been honored with numerous awards like the John Singer Sargent Medal for Lifetime Achievement and the American Watercolor Gold Medal. Schmid is also a devoted educator and has published several widely distributed books.

104 202 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Three Flowers, 2003 oil on canvas 8 x 12 inches signed lower right: Schmid verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000 203 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Untitled (Female Nude) oil on paper 28 x 21 inches signed lower left: © Schmid 1970 FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Mr. Eric Michaels, Washington $10,000 – $15,000 204 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Nude oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches signed lower right: Schmid verso: signed and dated (Collection of Mona Watson Clark) TexasPROVENANCE:ArtGallery, Dallas, TX From the Estate of James Grisebaum, Houston, TX Jackson Hole Art Auction, Jackson, WY, 2013 From a Private Collection $15,000 – $25,000 205 RICHARD MACDONALD (1946– ) Flair Across America bronze 60/90 44 x 40 x 19 inches inscribed lower verso: © R. MacDonald ‘95 (ed.) 60/90 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $7,000 – $10,000

105 206 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Floral Painting oil on canvas 14 x 22 inches signed lower left: Schmid Known for his portraits, landscapes, and still lifes, some of Schmid’s highest grossing works at auction are his floral paintings. In reference to some of his florals, Schmid says that most flowers “beg to be painted, because they lend themselves so readily to simple, bold brushwork and palette knife application.” The perfect muse for his style, Schmid truly excels at capturing the vibrancy of flowers in his works, without overcomplicating them. FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $25,000 – $35,000 207 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Spring Morning oil on canvas 20 x 30 inches signed lower right: Schmid verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000

106 208 CLYDE ASPEVIG (1951– ) Canadian Rockies oil on canvas 40 x 60 inches signed lower left: © . ASPEVIG According to art historian Daniel C. Calderon, Curator of the Santa Barbara Historical Museum, “In the circle of contemporary American landscape painters, Clyde Aspevig is widely regarded as one of the best, working in the plein air style, Aspevig focuses on the inherent beauty of untouched and lightly treaded scenes in a unique manner that makes him a genius of contemporary Western Realism PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Kansas $45,000 – $65,000

107 209 RICHARD LORENZ (1858–1915) Indian Chief, ca. 1890s oil on canvas 38 x 27 inches signed upper left: R Lorenz JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction, Jackson Hole, WY, 2016 From a Private Collection $20,000 – $30,000

JACKSON HOLE ART AUCTION is proud to present FURNITURE & DECORATIVE ART BY THOMAS MOLESWORTH and other signature makers

*Wyoming Furniture Co. was started by two former Molesworth employees, Paul and Don Hineman in 1939.

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Thomas Molesworth felt his furniture should be part of a room-scape with all the objects reflecting his vision of the West and using bright primary colors to make a visual statement. His furniture legacy lives on today, 88 years after he started the Shoshone Furniture Company.

Thomas Canada Molesworth, were he alive today would be pleased that his “distinctive Western Furniture” (to use his words), graces the same pages with an auction catalogue of prominent Western Art. Molesworth loved Western art and sold furniture to such artists as Frank Tenney Johnson, Joseph Henry Sharp, and Kathryn Leighton. Molesworth collaborated with J. K. Ralston in 1942 at the Wort Hotel in Jackson, Wyoming to decorate the lobby and bar. He was an avid collector and decorated his home with fine Wester art. Molesworth was also instrumental in creating the Cody Art Colony with artist Ed Grigware and photographer Stan Kershaw, which ended up failing due to World War II.

109 210 THOMAS MOLESWORTH (1890–1977) Loveseat, ca. 1940 burled fir, half-pole trim, Chimayo wool weaving, red and black leather upholstery, hammered brass tacks 34 x 59 x 38 RafterPROVENANCE:inches3Ranch,Coleman, Texas From a Private Collection $25,000 – $35,000

110 211 THOMAS MOLESWORTH (1890–1977) Coffee Table, ca. 1940 fir, half-pole trim, red and black leather, hammered brass tacks 18 x 40 ½ x 20 ½ inches RafterPROVENANCE:3Ranch,Coleman, Texas From a Private Collection $8,000 – $12,000 212 THOMAS MOLESWORTH (1890–1977) Reading Lamp, ca. 1945 wrought iron, goatskin shade 57 x 24 x 20 GloryPROVENANCE:inches“B”Ranch,Saint Ignatius, Montana From a Private Collection $5,000 – $7,000 214 WYOMING FURNITURE COMPANY Panel Back Chair with Horse and Cowboy Boot Motif, ca. 1941 fir, routed and painted tulip poplar, original red leather upholstery, hammered brass tacks 34 x 16 x 21 NoblePROVENANCE:inchesHotel,Lander, Wyoming From a Private Collection $6,000 – $8,000 213 WYOMING FURNITURE COMPANY Panel Back Chair with War Shield and Arrows, ca. 1941 fir, routed and painted tulip poplar, original red leather upholstery, hammered brass tacks 33 ¾ x 16 x 20 FromNoblePROVENANCE:inchesHotel,Lander,WyomingaPrivateCollection $6,000 – $8,000

111 218 THOMAS MOLESWORTH (1890–1977) Daybed with Routed Arrows and Buffalo Head, ca. 1935 Fir, metal frame 26 ½ x 82 x 44 LazyPROVENANCE:inchesBarFRanch,Cody, Wyoming From a Private Collection $5,000 – $7,000 217 MOLESWORTHTHOMAS (1890–1977) Teepee Lamp, ca. 1936 goatskin, pigment, metal 15 x 10 x 10 HoodooPROVENANCE:inchesRanch,Cody, Wyoming From a Private Collection $1,000 – $1,500 216 MOLESWORTHTHOMAS (1890–1977) Teepee Lamp, ca. 1936 goatskin, pigment, metal 15 x 10 x 10 HoodooPROVENANCE:inchesRanch,Cody, Wyoming From a Private Collection $1,000 – $1,500 215 THOMAS MOLESWORTH (1890–1977) Wyoming Furniture Co. Double Writing Desk, ca. 1941 burled fir, half-pole trim 28 ¾ x 42 ½ x 31 ½ inches NobelPROVENANCE:Hotel,Lander, Wyoming From a Private Collection $10,000 – $15,000

112 219 RON SHANOR (1959– ) Desk and Chair maple and driftwood, brown leather 49 ½ x 61 ½ x 28 ½ inches PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Jackson, WY $4,000 – $6,000 220 CHRIS CHAPMAN The Castle Dining Table Nine sides of Saddle leather form the top; distressed and finished in a beautiful patina and sealers that resist water and requires minimal care with thoughtful use. Base is of 120 yr. old Douglas Fir timbers, nearly impossible to find in this size anymore. 30 x 120 ½ x 54 ½ inches PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Wyoming $10,000 – $20,000

113 221 NAVAJO Germantown Serape, ca. 1885 54woolx 68 FromPROVENANCE:inchesaPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

114 222 BEV DOOLITTLE (1947– ) Dawn Reflection watercolor on paper 23 ½ x 35 ½ inches signed lower left: Bev Doolittle “Some of the early paintings I like better than others, perhaps because I felt at the time that I had worked out a goal I’d set for myself. This Indian in a birchbark canoe is one that was a kind of marking point for me.” — Bev Doolittle EliseFromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollectionLITERATURE:MacLay, The Art of Bev Doolittle, illus. pp. 50-51 $25,000 – $35,000

115 223 KENNETH RILEY (1919–2015) In Mysterious Lodges oil on linen 48 x 40 inches signed lower right: Kenneth Riley © (artist cipher CA) verso: signed JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction, Jackson, WY 2013 (label) Private Collection, Wyoming $80,000 – $120,000

RickLITERATURE:CollectionArchbold,

116 224 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) A Resting Place - Cape Buffalo oil on board 28 x 48 inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman - 1986 © “The cape buffalo is a powerful and dangerous African mammal. Often mistaken for the slovenly domestic water buffalo, the cape buffalo is more like a tough, Spanish fighting bull. Here I have shown a mature bull in repose. Something has startled him and his ever-present cattle egret companions—perhaps an approaching elephant or lion.”

— Robert Bateman Jackson, WY, 2017 a Private

JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction,

EXHIBITED: The World of Robert Bateman, The Thomas Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK, Sept. 20 - Nov. 6, 1986 (label verso) Images of the Wild, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs, CO, June 29 - July 29, 1991 (label verso)

Robert Bateman: Natural World, The Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, Feb. 3 - March 31, 1992 (label verso) $40,000 – $60,000

Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature, A Random House/Madison Press Book, Toronto, ON, 1990, Illus. p. 163.

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117 225 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) Encounter in the Bush acrylic on canvas 32 x 48 inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman 1990 © “If you were trekking through thick African bush, you would be most vulnerable to attack by lions. They might stay hidden, which is very easy for them to do. You could get too close for comfort, in which case you would find yourself being stared at by at least one pair of eyes.” — Robert Bateman FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $40,000 – $60,000

118 226 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Contemplating the Odds oil on board 28 x 42 inches signed lower left: CARLSON PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Wyoming $25,000 – $45,000 227 KENNETH BUNN (1938– ) Lion bronze 1/21 12 x 16 x 8 inches signed: © BUNN 1/21 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000

119 228 LINDSAY SCOTT (1955– ) Below the Escarpment oil on board 43 x 25 inches signed lower right: LINDSAY SCOTT “Beneath the escarpment of the Great Rift Valley in East Africa lie the extensive plains of the Serengeti and Masai Mara, ideal habitat for Cheetah and their prey species. A mother and young Cheetah survey the plains through the haze of midday heat.” — Lindsay Scott RimrockPROVENANCE:Gallery,New Zealand (label verso) Private Collection, New Zealand $15,000 – $25,000 229 LINDSAY SCOTT (1955– ) Tender Moment, 2022 colored pencil 12 x 9 inches signed lower right: LINDSAY SCOTT “The intimacy between mother and young especially in such a social species as lion, provides a wealth of inspiration. Colored pencil is an ideal medium to capture this intimacy...” — Lindsay Scott ThePROVENANCE:Artist $4,000 – $6,000 230 FRANCOIS KOCH (1944– ) Double Trouble oil on linen 16 x 24 inches signed lower right: Francois Koch verso: titled, signed “Many a hunter of wildlife will confirm that a buffalo is one of the most feared and challenging wildlife to hunt. Meeting one buffalo alerts you but, being confronted with a herd gets your adrenalin rushing.” — Francois Koch ThePROVENANCE:Artist $4,000 – $6,000

120 231 BOB KUHN (1920–2007) Screening the Big Bull acrylic on board 12 x 20 inches signed lower right: kuhn verso: signed and dated EXHIBITED:FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection Art and the Animal, National Tour, 1996-97 (label verso) $25,000 – $35,000

121 232 DAVID SHEPHERD (1931–2017) Dusty Buffalo oil on canvas 28 x 44 inches signed lower right: David Shepherd ‘67 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas EXHIBITED: Game Conservation International Conference 1971, Convention Center Exhibition Hall, San Antonio, TX (label verso) $30,000 – $50,000 233 DAVID SHEPHERD (1931–2017) Crocodile oil on canvas 9 x 16 inches signed lower right: David Shepherd PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $8,000 – $12,000

122 234 FRIEDRICH WILHELM KUHNERT (1865–1926) A Stern Glance oil on canvas 17 ½ x 22 ¼ inches signed lower right: Wilh. Kuhnert verso: signed CharlesLITERATURE:FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollectionWechsler, The Animal Art of Wilhelm Kuhnert, Live Oak Press, Inc. & Wildlife Art News, Columbia, SC, 1995, Illus. p. 14. $20,000 – $30,000

123 235 JOHN SEEREY-LESTER (1946–2020) Elephants oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: Seerey-Lester ‘81 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $10,000 – $15,000 236 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) Swallow-Tailed Kite acrylic on board 24 x 18 inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman 1994 © verso: Gallery Jamel (label) JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction, Jackson, WY, 2017 From a Private Collection $10,000 – $15,000

124 237 DAVID SHEPHERD (1931–2017) Elephant and Gnarled Tree oil on canvas 20 x 36 inches signed lower right: -David Shepherd- ‘72 Born in England in 1931, David Shepherd studied drawing and painting with marine and portrait painter Robin Goodwin from 1950 to 1953. Goodwin provided Shepherd with a firm foundation for a successful artistic career. Following his time under Goodwin’s teaching, Shepherd began painting aviation scenes and met with success. In 1960, the Royal Air Force flew him to Kenya as their guest and asked if he could paint some of the local subject matter. After this point, the painter turned to wildlife subjects, with an emphasis on African wildlife. A 1962 exhibition at London’s Tryon Gallery sold out, and Shepherd went on to become one of the most highly esteemed wildlife painters of his era. He spent his life supporting wildlife and was awarded a CBE in 2012 for his conservation work. FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $25,000 – $35,000

125 238 DAVID SHEPHERD (1931–2017) Elephants at the Watering Hole oil on canvas 20 x 34 inches signed lower right: David Shepherd ‘75 PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $25,000 – $45,000

126 239 EDWARD SPERA Amboseli oil on board 27 x 84 inches signed lower right: SPERA ©12 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000 240 LINDSAY SCOTT (1955– ) Crouching Leopard oil on linen 16 x 35 inches signed lower right: LINDSAY SCOTT FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $8,000 – $12,000 241 KYLE SIMS (1980- ) The Element of Surprise oil on canvas 26 x 42 inches signed lower left: k sims JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction, Jackson, WY, 2014 Private Collection, Dallas, TX $8,000 – $12,000

127 243 GUY COHELEACH (1933– ) Bengal Tiger watercolor on paper 24 x 40 inches signed lower right: Guy Coheleach © PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $10,000 – $15,000 244 OLAF CARL SELTZER (1877–1957) The King’s Mirror oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches signed lower right: O. Seltzer . 1904 Sotheby’sPROVENANCE:NewYork, September, 1991 Sotheby’s New York, May, 1999 Private Collection, Bozeman, MT $8,000 – $12,000 242 GUY COMBES (1971– ) Ancestral Oasis oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches signed lower right: Guy Combs © verso: signed, titled, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $18,000 – $24,000

246 ROBERT SUMMERS (1940– ) Silver Dollar Jim oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower left: Robert Summers © 1986

FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000

“The cowboy is a lover of good horses and it’s never an easy thing to lose one. My painting depicts a real incident that happened on a Roundup in Montana back in the early 1970s. Snow had come to the high country along the Continental Divide and one of our riders named Bill was gathering cows alone up in Ant Hill Creek when suddenly his horse went down and died of an apparent heart attack. We were riding in another part of the basin with the herd and when Bill did not show up to meet us, the boss went to locate him, only to find him on foot carrying his saddle.The two of them rode out together on the boss’s horse. I never forgot the incident and finally decided to pay tribute to Bill and his horse in this painting. It’s a part of cowboy life that was hard for me to paint but meaningful nonetheless.” — Clark Kelley Price

ThePROVENANCE:Artist $15,000 – $20,000

245 ROBERT SUMMERS (1940– ) Boom Town oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: Robert Summers © 1981

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FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 247 CLARK KELLEY PRICE (1945– ) Montana Farewell, 2022 oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches signed lower left: © clark Kelley Price (artist’s cipher) CA

129 248 DEAN CORNWELL (1892–1960) Confrontation oil on canvas 30 x 45 inches signed lower right: DEAN CORNWELL FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $15,000 – $25,000 249 JAMES BAMA (1926–2022) Old Army Colt oil on board 18 x 15 inches signed lower left: Bama ‘73 FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Dan and Kathy McCranie, Gilroy, CA $15,000 – $25,000

130 250 KENNETH PELOKE (1978– ) Untitled (Cowboy) oil on canvas 70 x 42 inches signed lower left: Peloke PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $8,000 – $12,000 251 HOWARD POST (1948– ) Moving Cattle oil on canvas 43 x 55 inches signed lower left: H E Post PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $10,000 – $20,000

131 252 BILL SCHENCK (1947– ) August ‘81 Branding at the JY acrylic on canvas 52 x 46 inches signed verso: ‘Schenck 1981’ This scene depicts the branding at the Lawrence S. Rockefeller Preserve, formerly the JY Ranch, which was ultimately donated to Grand Teton National Park. TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Jackson, WY Private Collection, Jackson, WY $15,000 – $25,000 253 BILL SCHENCK (1947– ) 4 Mile Flats oil on canvas 30 x 30 inches signed lower left: SCHENCK 16 verso: titled, signed, dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Bozeman, MT $10,000 – $15,000

132 254 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) Tidal Zone acrylic on board 18 x 36 inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman 1996 © PeninsulaPROVENANCE:Gallery, Sidney, B.C., Canada (label verso) From a Private Collection $20,000 – $30,000 255 TERRY ISAAC (1958–2019) Disappearing Footprints acrylic on board 46 x 36 inches signed lower right: © T. ISAAC FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $12,000 – $18,000 256 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) The Breakers oil on canvas 12 x 18 inches signed lower right: Schmid verso: signed, titled and dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $10,000 – $15,000

258 RON KINGSWOOD (1959– ) Above the Glacier - Gyrfalcon oil on canvas 38 x 40 inches signed lower right: kingswood 2017 “Ever since I was a young Ornithologist I longed to see this bird. This being the largest of all Falcons, which has 3 colour phases,and white is the most sought after by all the falconers. I placed this bird on a cropping of ice in its breeding grounds of the High Arctic.” — Ron Kingswood

ThePROVENANCE:Artist $10,000 – $20,000

ThePROVENANCE:Artist $20,000 – $30,000

257 RON KINGSWOOD (1959– ) Autumn Song of the West oil on canvas 72 x 64 inches signed lower right: kingswood 2018 “In late Autumn the migration of Sandhill Cranes are preparing for a long journey South to their wintering grounds, the Gulf coast. I have often heard them calling as they work their way South through Ontario. Certainly a call I know well, and always look forward to hearing them as I know that Winter is not far behind. In this painting, the migration is on, along with the Seasonal changing of colour.”— Ron Kingswood

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134 259 LUKE FRAZIER (1970– ) The Great Herd at the Western Gate of Yellowstone, 2022 oil on board 30 x 48 inches signed lower right: L Frazier “Historically the buffalo had more influence on man than all other Plains animals combined. It was life, food, raiment, and shelter to the Indians. The buffalo and the Plains Indians lived together, and together passed away” — Walter Prescott Webb ThePROVENANCE:Artist $25,000 – $35,000

135 260 VERYL GOODNIGHT (1947– ) Back From the Brink bronze 3/7 78 x 54 x 60 inches inscribed lower right: Veryl Goodnight 2001 © 3/7

During the two years following the establishment of their cattle ranch in the Palo Duro Canyon of Texas in 1876, Colonel Charles Goodnight and his wife, Mary Anne, could hear the reports of the Sharps buffalo rifles both day and night. The bison hide hunters were mercilessly slaughtering every bison they could find. By 1878, the millions of bison that once blackened the prairies of America were gone. The once great herds were now reduced to the memories of those who were fortunate to witness this great spectacle.

It was Mary Anne who first revolted, persuading her husband to protect a small number of bison who sought refuge in a remote corner of the Palo Duro Canyon.

The original Goodnight bison herd still exists, preserved by the state of Texas. The refuge is in Cap Rock State Park, located at the southern end of the Palo Duro Canyon.

PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Wyoming $30,000 – $50,000

Goodnight’s cowboys roped two very young calves and brought them to Mary Anne to care for. These two calves, and five others who were later captured, became the nucleus of the Goodnight bison herd. Within a few more years, these seven bison were the only survivors of the Southern bison herd, which once numbered into the millions. Stock from the Goodnight herd were vital in bringing both the Northern and Southern herds back from the brink of extinction. Progeny from a Goodnight herd were distributed across the United States to help establish other herds, including the herd in Yellowstone Park.

136 261 MICHAEL COLEMAN (1946– ) Bears in the Falls, 2022 oil on board 24 x 30 inches signed lower left: Michael Coleman ThePROVENANCE:Artist $6,000 – $9,000 262 MARK BOEDGES (1973– ) Mountain Clarity, 2022 oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches signed lower right: boedges ThePROVENANCE:Artist $15,000 – $25,000 263 LUKE FRAZIER (1970– ) Father’s Return, 2022 oil on board 20 x 15 inches signed lower right: L Frazier verso: signed, titled “The charm of a pristine lake, a warm crackling campfire and family. Many memories from my childhood have canoes, duck boats, wall tents, hunting and fishing gear and campfires in them. But nothing warms my heart more than a reunion with a loved one.” — Luke Frazier ThePROVENANCE:Artist $6,000 – $9,000

137 264 KEN CARLSON (1937–) Constant Quest oil on board 10 x 13 inches signed lower left: CARLSON FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons Without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Dallas, TX, 2009, Illus. p. 87 $5,000 – $7,000 266 MARK BOEDGES (1973– ) Rocky Mountain Canyon, 2022 oil on panel 18 x 24 inches signed lower left: boedges ThePROVENANCE:Artist $5,000 – $10,000 265 KEN CARLSON (1937–) Quiet Cove oil on board 18 x 12 inches signed lower left: CARLSON FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Bob and Curtice McCloy, Oklahoma TomLITERATURE:Davis,Patrons Without Peer, Collector’s Covey, Dallas, TX, 2009, Illus. p. 77 $6,000 – $9,000

138 267 BONNIE MARRIS (1951– ) Relentless Winter, 2022 oil on canvas 48 x 60 inches signed lower right: B L Marris “Winter can seem endless here. Snow so deep it covers all grasses making walking and grazing almost impossible. This big bull has endured many difficult times and will continue to withstand it all. He is a symbol of patience, strength, and will.” — Bonnie Marris ThePROVENANCE:Artist $40,000 – $60,000

139 268 VERYL GOODNIGHT (1947– ) Wolf Pack bronze Pond’s Edge: 40 x 70 1/5 x 31 inches Summer Moon: 60 x 76 x 27 inches Night Traveler: 44 x 77 x 22 inches inscribed on all three: Veryl Goodnight 2005 © 4/10 Wolf Pack is a monumental sculpture (15% over life-size) featuring two males and one female. The trio are titled Pond’s Edge, Summer Moon and Night Traveler. Each sculpture has an individual bronze base sculpted to represent a forest floor. This sculpture is featured at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago and the Wildlife Experience Museum in Denver. PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Wyoming LITERATURE: No Turning Back: The Art of Veryl Goodnight $40,000 – $60,000

140 269 FRANCOIS KOCH (1944– ) Shadows Over Teton Valley oil on linen 36 x 48 inches signed lower right: Francois Koch © verso: titled, signed “I have painted many mountains in my life but the Teton mountains will always be my favorite range with its ever changing moods.” — Francois Koch ThePROVENANCE:Artist $10,000 – $20,000 270 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) The Purple Finch acrylic on board 7 x 12 inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman 1994 © label verso: Howard Mandville Gallery PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $6,000 – $9,000 271 ROBERT BATEMAN (1930– ) Goldeneye Pair acrylic on illustration board 13 x 10 inches signed lower right: Robert Bateman 2001 © FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000 272 RICHARD SCHMID (1934–2021) Millpond Falls oil on canvas 15 x 24 inches signed lower right: Schmid verso: titled, signed, dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $12,000 – $18,000

141 274 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Wading the River oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: CARLSON PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Paige, TX $20,000 – $30,000 273 JOHN FERY (1859–1934) Bugling Elk oil on board 25 x 31 inches signed lower left: J Fery FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $8,000 – $12,000 275 WALTER MATIA (1953– ) Eagle bronze 17/100 18 ¼ x 20 ¾ inches (22 ½ high, including base) signed: MATIA © 91 , 17/100 FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $4,000

142 276 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Pride of the Pack - Lobo oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: Carlson PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Wyoming $20,000 – $30,000 277 BONNIE MARRIS (1951– ) Unforgettable oil on canvas 14 x 11 inches signed lower left: B L Marris © TrailsidePROVENANCE:Galleries, Scottsdale, AZ; Jackson, WY (label verso) Private Collection, Texas $2,500 – $4,500

143 278 BONNIE MARRIS (1951– ) Leaving the Den oil on board 28 x 40 inches signed lower left: B L Marris HusbergPROVENANCE:FineArts Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) From a Private Collection $15,000 – $25,000 279 BOB KUHN (1920–2007) Cougar conte crayon on paper 8 ½ x 11 inches signed lower left: Kuhn FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $2,000 – $4,000 280 MIKE BARLOW (1963– ) Mountain Man bronze 2/21 16 x 20 x 6 inches signed: Barlow 2/21 “Some of the most thrilling wildlife experiences for me are witnessing a mountain lion in the wild. ‘Mountain Man’ depicts everything I find fascinating about a cougar. It is a powerful, stealthy streamlined machine.” — Mike Barlow FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

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282 JOSH TIESSEN (1995– )

281 JOHN CLYMER (1907–1989) Monkies and Flowers oil on canvas 45 x 45 inches signed lower right: J Clymer . verso: titled ThePROVENANCE:EstateofThomas C. M. Logan, Canada $8,000 – $12,000

ThePROVENANCE:Artist $20,000 – $40,000

Occidental Babylon oil on braced birch 40 x 60 inches signed lower left: Josh Tiessen 2017 “Taking 1200 hours to complete, Occidental Babylon was declared a masterpiece and selected First Place Winner in the international «Search for the Next Great Artist” competition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery (NYC). It also garnered the Dual Category Award in Art Renewal Center’s International Salon Competition, designating me a living master. Inspired by the infamous Bodie Ghost Town, one of the largest settlements of the California Gold Rush, I imagined a pack of thirteen Spotted Hyenas symbolizing rampant scavenging that took place in this mining town. While the Western Frontier was seen as a ‹land flowing with milk and honey› in the end the god of gold corrupted, and the town devolved into saloon brawls, stagecoach robberies, and weekly shoot-outs. I could not help seeing the parallels between Bodie and the Mesopotamian city of Babylon, which the Greeks regarded as “gold-abounding.” On account of its wicked reputation, biblical prophets like Isaiah correctly predicted its demise. With fine-lined brushes I meticulously painted Bodie’s saloon, gambling hall, general store, fire station and church, reenvisioned as one street in my composition. I designed the barn board frame and had it custom-built, reflecting the rugged Victorian architecture of the 19th century West, making this painting an iconic centrepiece for a western art collection.”— Josh Tiessen

145 283 JOHN CLYMER (1907–1989) Indigenous Women oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches signed lower right: J Clymer ThePROVENANCE:EstateofThomas C. M. Logan, Canada $10,000 – $20,000 284 JOHN CLYMER (1907–1989) Caribou oil on canvas 25 x 30 inches signed lower right: J Clymer ThePROVENANCE:EstateofThomas C. M. Logan, Canada $5,000 – $10,000

146 286 CLYDE ASPEVIG (1951– ) The Storm’s Passing oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches signed lower left: C ASPEVIG JacksonPROVENANCE:HoleArtAuction, Jackson, WY, 2020 From a Private Collection $8,000 – $12,000 285 RON PARKER (1942– ) Summer Pond acrylic on board 24 x 40 inches signed lower right: R. S. PARKER ‘91 © verso: signed, titled, and dated FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000

147 287 BONNIE MARRIS (1951– ) Horse in Snow oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: BLMarris © HusbergPROVENANCE:FineArts Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ (label verso) Private Collection, Arizona $8,000 – $12,000 288 LOREN ENTZ (1949– ) Downhill Racers oil on canvas 24 x 24 inches signed lower right: Loren Entz verso: titled FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $4,000 – $6,000 289 MORGAN WEISTLING (1964– ) Glow oil on canvas 16 x 12 inches signed lower left: MORGAN WIESTLING verso: signed, titled and dated PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $5,000 – $7,000

148 290 KEN CARLSON (1937– ) Age Old Trails oil on board 24 x 36 inches signed lower right: CARLSON FromPROVENANCE:theCollection of Mr. Stephen Krasemann, Canada $20,000 – $30,000

149 291 KARL THOMAS (1948– ) Springtime, Jenny Lake oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches signed lower left: Karl Thomas Adamson-DuvannesPROVENANCE: Galleries, Los Angeles, CA (label verso) Sagebrush Antiques & Art, Jackson, WY (label verso) From a Private Collection, Denver, CO $3,000 – $5,000 292 BONNIE MARRIS (1951– ) Splendor in the Grass oil on canvas 15 x 30 inches signed lower right: B L Marris PrivatePROVENANCE:Collection, Texas $7,000 – $10,000

150 293 CLYDE ASPEVIG (1951– ) Untitled oil on board 13 ½ x 17 ½ inches signed lower left: C Aspevig FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 294 CLYDE ASPEVIG (1951– ) Montmartre Cafe oil on canvas 12 x 20 inches signed lower left: C Aspevig FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $5,000 – $7,000 295 CLYDE ASPEVIG (1951– ) Pont de Alma oil on board 13 ½ x 17 ½ inches signed lower left: C Aspevig FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 LOTS 293 – 298: FROM AN EAST COAST PRIVATE COLLECTION

151 296 CHRISTOPHER BLOSSOM (1956– ) Off the Sheepscott River Maine oil on canvas 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: Christopher Blossom label verso: Howard/Mandville Gallery, WA FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 297 CHRISTOPHER BLOSSOM (1956– ) On The Wind oil on board 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: Christopher Blossom FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000 298 CHRISTOPHER BLOSSOM (1956– ) Sail Ship Near Land oil on canvas 9 x 12 inches signed lower right: Christopher Blossom FromPROVENANCE:aPrivateCollection $3,000 – $5,000

152 Thank you for participating in the Jackson Hole Art Auction We are currently seeking quality consignments for our 2023 Auction Save the Date! September 15 & 16, 2023 AN AUCTION OF PAST AND PRESENT MASTERWORKS OF THE AMERICAN WEST FOR A NO-OBLIGATION AUCTION ESTIMATE CONTACT AMY JAMES, AUCTION COORDINATOR 866-549-9278,WWW.JACKSONHOLEARTAUCTION.COMCOORDINATOR@JACKSONHOLEARTAUCTION.COM

153 ABRAM JR., PAUL Taking a Water Break, 12 ACHEFF, WILLIAM Young Lady Blossom, 147 ANDERSEN, ROY Apsaroke Hunter, 154 Call of the Kingfisher, 155 ASPEVIG,CanadianCLYDERockies, 208 Montmartre Cafe, 294 Pont de Alma, 295 The Storm’s Passing, 286 Untitled, 293 BAMA,DescendantJAMESOf Black Elk, 159 Old Army Colt, 249 Ox Team Driver, 175 BANOVICH, JOHN Buffalo Hunters II, 48 BARLOW, MIKE Giant Eland, 47 BARLOW,MountainMIKEMan, 280 BATEMAN, ROBERT A Resting Place - Cape Buffalo, 224 Encounter in the Bush, 225 Goldeneye Pair, 271 Scarlet Macaws, 104 Swallow-Tailed Kite, 236 The Purple Finch, 270 Tidal Zone, 254 BEECHAM, GREG Peace In The Valley, 98 BEELER, JOE Ram Bookends, BLOSSOM,BLESSING,BERNINGHAUS,55CHARLESTaos,4MICHAELDustbowlDeliverance,38HedgingaBet,37CHRISTOPHEROfftheSheepscottRiverMaine,

INDEXSESSION I: LOTS 1-105 SESSION II:

296 On The Wind, 297 Sail Ship Near Land, 298 BOEDGES, MARK Mountain Clarity, 262 Rocky Mountain Canyon, 2022, 266 BOREIN, EDWARD Riders Near Mesa, 1 BOREN, JAMES Winter at the Bar N, 14 BORGLUM, GUTZON Apaches Pursued, 182 BRENDERS, CARL Bengal Tigers and Cubs, 49 Chipmunks, 129 Love Is In The Air, 130 Tundra Challenge, 131 Tundra Challenge, 132 BROWNING, TOM Out of the Shadows, 114 Prayer to the Spirits, 144 Riding Drag, 10 BUNN, KENNETH Lion, BURGESS,227 STEVE El Tigre, Venezuela, 42 CARLSON, KEN Age Old Trails, 290 Constant Quest, 264 Contemplating the Odds, 226 Pointer, 134 Pride of the Pack - Lobo, 276 Quiet Cove, 265 Still Life Quail and Pointer, 133 Wading the River, 274 Waterhole Rulers, 137 CARSON,FortuneCowtown,JIM119Seekers of the Yukon, 120 CARY, WILLIAM DE LA MONTAGNE Hunting in the Rushes, 80 CASE, G. CHAPMAN,CliffAutumnRUSSELLCamp,67Riders,126CHRISTheCastleDiningTable, 220 CHEEVER, BRUCE Distant Thunder, 143 CHRISTENSEN, SCOTT Early Spring, 92 CLYMER, JOHN Caribou, Indigenous284Women, 283 Monkies and Flowers, 281 The Hunters, 174 When Evening Comes, 158 COHELEACH, GUY Bengal Tiger, 243 COLEMAN, MICHAEL Bears in the Falls, 2022, 261 COLEMAN, NICHOLAS Lower Salt River - Buffalo Days, 167 LOTS 106-298 COMBES, GUY Ancestral Oasis, 242 CORNWELL, FARNY,ENTZ,DUDASH,DOOLITTLE,DONAHUE,DEFEO,DEDECKER,DARRO,CURTIS,CROWLEY,COX,COUSE,Confrontation,DEAN248EANGERIRVINGTheEagleDance,183JOHNCanyonGlow,40DONBookoftheMonth,86EDWARDVanishingRace,5TOMInNavajoCountry,164THOMASASummer’sDayEnd,100WesternSunset,101CHARLESFisherman’sLuck,36TERRYPolarBear,51BEVDawnReflection,222MICHAELAfteranAutumnSnow,57LORENDownhillRacers,288HENRYFRANCOISIndianEncampmentwithTravois, 181 FELLOWS, FRED Viva Tequila, 65 Winter Camp On Beaver Creek, 24 FERY,BuglingJOHNElk, 273 FRAZIER, LUKE An Old Bruin, 71 Father’s Return, 2022, 263 Hookin’ A Trailor, 72

The Allure of Alpine, 63 The Great Herd at the Western Gate of Ye, 259 Through The Chute, 73

FRIES, CHARLES ARTHUR Untitled (Forest in Snow), 56 GAWNE,ApproachingJOHNStorm, 25 GHIGLIERI, LORENZO The Proud American, 99 GILLEON, R. TOM Redwings, 41 GLAZIER, NANCY Out for Lunch, 128 Untitled (Warthog), 43

INDEX SESSION I: LOTS 1-105 SESSION II: LOTS 106-298 GOLLINGS, WILLIAM Summer Camp, 185 Untitled (Cowboy on Horseback), 186 Untitled (Landscape), 187 Untitled (Landscape), 188 GOODNIGHT, VERYL Back From the Brink, 260 Wolf Pack, GOODWIN,268PHILIP R. Bear Hunters, 35 Walking Bear, 61 GRANT, GREENE,CheetahDONALDFeast,46BRUCEACowboy’sCommute, 123 GRELLE, MARTIN First of June, 124 Morning Glow, 125 Scouting, GRIMM,GRENNARD,157HARALDMooseFamily,90PAULSunKissedSmokeTrees, 66 HAGBORG, AUGUST Woman on the Beach, 87 HALBACH, DAVID Comin’ In, 9 Loqan, Negotiation27 Done, 145 Readying The Mixed Dance, 162 Touching Up, 163 Untitled (Pueblo Ceremony), 29 Wind Songs, 28 HARRIS CHING, RAYMOND Diving Platypus, 103 HARVEY,MoonlightG. Tracks, 172 One of Those Days, 170 The Sidewalk Café, 199 HAUSER, JOHN Pueblo of Laguna, 192 HINES,UntitledJACK(Seated Indian), 19 HULINGS, CLARK Sicilian Light In Giuliana, 121 ISAAC,DisappearingTERRYFootprints, 255 Orcas, KEYS,JUSTUS,53WAYNEElkStalkers,26DANIELJ.WhiteRoses,88

154 KINGSWOOD, RON Above the Glacier - Gyrfalcon, 258 Autumn Song of the West, 257 KNEPPER, DAN The Ranch, 68 KOCH,ShadowsDoubleFRANCOISTrouble,230OverTeton Valley, 269 KOLB, EMERY The Grand Canyon, 39 KRASEMANN, STEPHEN This Side of Autumn, 60 KROUTHEN, KUHN,Sommarblom,JOHAN102BOBAWalkontheTundraGrizzlyBearsandPtarmigans, 142 Cougar, Screening279the Big Bull, 231 Settlin’ In, 141 KUHNERT, FRIEDRICH WILHELM A Stern Glance, 234 LAURENCE, SIDNEY Talking it Over, 50 LAWSON, ERNEST Little Ranch Colorado, 193 LAWSON, T. ALLEN Nature’s Tapestry, 21 LEIGH, WILLIAM R. White Horse with Navajo Saddle, 191 LIANG,CheyenneZ.S.War Chief, 152 Taking Aim, 150 LILJEFORS, BRUNO Landscape with Creek, 196 Standoff in the Snow, 195 Verdant Landscape, 197 LORENZ, RICHARD Indian Chief, 209 LOVELL,FremontTOMCrossing the Rockies, 177 Untitled, MACDONALD,173 RICHARD Flair Across America, 205 MARCOS, MAHER The Only Good Indian Is..., 169 MARRIS, BONNIE Horse in Snow, 287 Leaving the Den, 278 Relentless Winter, 267 Splendor in the Grass, 292 Unforgettable, 277 Wolves, 127 MASON, MARYLINN DWYER Untitled (Moose in Landscape), 96 MATIA, WALTER Eagle, MCCARTHY,275 FRANK An Early Start, 117 The Charge, 160 The Greeting, 156 The Hallelujah Trail, 118 MIEDUCH, DAN Lily, Rose, Mary and the Jack of Hearts, 15 The Face on the Barroom Floor, 116 MILLER, ALFRED JACOB Indian Shooting a Cougar, 194 MOLESWORTH, THOMAS Coffee Table, 211 Daybed with Routed Arrows and Buffalo Head, 218 Reading Lamp, 212 Table (double-ended writing desk), 215 Teepee Lamp, 216 Teepee Lamp, 217 Loveseat, 210 MOORE, JAY Boulder Creek, 95 Early Snow, Maroon Bells, 93 MOYERS, JOHN Chinaco, 122 MRAVIK, RICHARD King of the Mountain, 75 Winter Mountains, 74 MURPHY, NAVAJOMURRAY,Compadres,BRENDA7RICHARDBullMoose,97GermantownBlanket, 221 NEBEKER, BILL Leaving a Legacy, 18 NIBLETT, GARY Battle Scouts, 30 Rulers of the Plains, 31 Trail of Many Soldiers, 168 NIETO, JOHN Sioux Sun Dancer, 149 NOLES,CheyenneKARENMadonna, 20 OBERG, RALPH Prime Time, 136 OWEN,ConvertingBILLa Maverick, 171 PALUMBO, GIUSEPPE Flock of Five, 105

155 INDEXSESSION I: LOTS 1-105 SESSION II: LOTS 106-298 PARKER,SummerRONPond, 285 PAXSON, E.S. In Injun Country, 190 PELOKE, KENNETH Untitled (Cowboy), 250 PETTIS, JOHN Hot Pursuit, 8 PHELPS, JOHN Men to Match the Rockies, 146 PHILLIPS, WILLIAM Sunday Drivers, 11 PLANGG, WERNER R. Caribou in Snow, 54 POST, ROGERS,RILEY,RIDDICK,RENSHAW,REMINGTON,REEVES,RAFTERY,PRICE,MovingHOWARDCattle,251CLARKKELLEYMontanaFarewell,247TEDPrairieSentinels,83JOSEPHMedicineMan,151FREDERICRegisterRock,Idaho,184ARTHURSleepingIndian,23R.S.TenderWarrior,148KENNETHInMysteriousLodges,223HOWARDDowntoWinterPastures,113RUNGIUS,CARLAnOldFighter,109AnOldProspector,107Challenge,198ComingtotheCall,108Goats,106LordoftheCanyon,112Stampede,62TheAnswerfromtheBarren,110YoungBull,111SANDER,SHERRYSALARIGameofAlpha,69SANDERS,JAREDAprilGreen,84OchreFarm,85SAUBERT,TOMMending,17SCHENCK,BILL4MileFlats,253August‘81BrandingattheJY,252

SCHMID, RICHARD Felice, 201 Floral Painting, 206 Girl Reading, 200 Millpond Falls, 272 Nude, 204 Spring Morning, 207 The Breakers, 256 Three Flowers, 202 Untitled (Female Nude), 203 SCHOENHERR, JOHN Snow Leopard, 45 Striding Tiger, 44 SCHWIERING, CONRAD Autumn in the Mountains, 139 Coming Home, 189 SCOTT, LINDSAY Below the Escarpment, 228 Crouching Leopard, 240 Tender Moment, 229 SEEREY-LESTER, JOHN Elephants, SEEREY-LESTER,235 SUZIE Keep Out, 58 SELTZER, OLAF CARL Indian Brave in Blue Robe, 3 Indian Chief, 2 The King’s Mirror, 244 SELTZER, STEVE Two Trappers, 13 SHANOR, RON Desk & Chair, 219 SHEPHERD, DAVID Crocodile, 233 Dusty Buffalo, 232 Elephant and Gnarled Tree, 237 Elephants at the Watering Hole, 238 SHUFELT, ROBERT Sycamore Creek, 6 SIMS, KYLE The Element of Surprise, 241 SMITH, RALPH CROSBY Caught, 34 First Hunt, 33 Surprise!, 32 SMITH, TUCKER Rabbit Brush, Lupine and Sage, 138 Silver Tip, 135 Wyoming Icons, 140 SPERA, STARKE,Amboseli,EDWARD239PHILSummerSkies,64 STIDHAM, MIKE Bonefish, 79 Permit, 78 Tarpon, SUMMERS,77 ROBERT Boom Town, 245 Silver Dollar Jim, 246 SWANSON, RAY Back from Branding, 115 Hopi Woman, 166 Navajos at Castle Butte, 165 TERPNING, HOWARD Awaiting the Signal, 153 The Cavalry Scarf, 161 TERPNING, SUSAN Mexican Wolves, 70 THOMAS,Springtime,KARLJenny Lake, 291 TIESSEN,OccidentalJOSHBabylon, 282 TOTTEN, ED Untitled (Three Trout), 91 TURNER, KATHRYN MAPES Holding Space, 94 VICKERS, RUSS Set of Three, 16 WALTERS, CURT Teton Afternoon, 22 WARREN, MELVIN Cowboy Legacy, 180 Searching for Shelter, 179 The Roundup, 178 WAUGH, FREDERICK JUDD Early Moon, 81 Gray Weather, 82 Incoming Tide, 76 WEISTLING, MORGAN Glow, WIEGHORST,289 OLAF The Trail Home, 176 WILCOX, JIM Below Hidden Falls, 89 WILCOX, JIM Creede Colorado Canyon, 59 WYOMING FURNITURE COMPANY Chair (Horse and cowboy boot motif), 214 Chair (war shield, arrow motif), 213 ZIEGLER, EUSTACE PAUL Untitled (Indian Portrait), 52

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3. A buyer’s premium will be added to the successful bid price and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price. If paying by cash or check, the purchase price will be the sum of the final bid price plus a buyer’s premium of 20% of the final bid price of each lot up to and including $1,000,000 and 12% of the excess of the final bid price above $1,000,000, plus any applicable sales tax, shipping and handling charges. The buyer’s premium is calculated separately for each lot. If paying by credit card, the purchase price will be the sum of the final bid price plus a buyer’s premium of 23% of the final bid price for each lot up to and including $1,000,000 and 15% of the excess of the final bid price above $1,000,000, plus any applicable sales tax, shipping and handling charges.

The following Terms and Conditions of Sale constitute Jackson Hole Art Auction, LLC’s (“Jackson Hole Art Auction”) and its agents’ and consignors’ entire agreement with prospective bidders, bidders and purchasers relative to the property listed in this catalogue. These Terms and Conditions of Sale and all other contents of this catalog are subject to amendment during or before the sale. The property will be offered by the Jackson Hole Art Auction as agent for the consignors, unless the catalogue indicates otherwise.

9. All lots are subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price acceptable of the consignor. In such instances, the Jackson Hole Art Auction may implement the reserve by bidding on behalf of the consignor. In instances where the Jackson Hole Art Auction has an interest in the lot, it may bid up to the reserve to protect such interest. The Jackson Hole Art Auction, or its agents or consignors, may also bid upon other property listed in this catalogue.

a. All property is sold “AS IS.” There are no representations or warranties that extend beyond these Terms and Conditions of Sale. All works shall be available for examination prior to the sale. The Jackson Hole Art Auction, and its agents and consignors, make no representations or warranties as to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, correctness of the catalogue or description, including, but not limited to, the authenticity, the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, dates, exhibitions, literary or historical relevance of any property, and, no statement anywhere, whether oral or written, whether made in the catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty, representation or assumption of liability. Nor are there any representations and warranties, express or implied, as to whether the purchaser acquires any copyrights, including, but not limited to, any reproduction rights in any property. Contents of this catalogue are subject to change or supplementation before or during the sale, including the sale of any lot.

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4. The Jackson Hole Art Auction reserves the right to withdraw any property before or during the sale and shall have no liability whatsoever for such withdrawal.

2. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size, and whether or not it has been repaired or restored.

b. If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with by the purchaser, the purchaser will be in default, and in addition to any and all other remedies available to the Jackson Hole Art Auction and its agents and consignors by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, including all fees, charges, and expenses set forth herein, the Jackson Hole Art Auction, at its sole option, may (i) cancel the sale of that, or any other lot or lots sold to the defaulting purchaser, or (ii) resell the purchased property, whether at auction or by private sale, or (iii) effect any combination thereof. The purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, any and all costs, handling charges, late charges, expenses, and commissions of both sales, legal fees, and expenses, collection fees, and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted and assigned the property or money to the Jackson Hole Art Auction or its agents and consignors or any of their affiliated companies, and the Jackson Hole Art Auction may retain and apply such property or money as collateral security for the obligations due. The Jackson Hole Art Auction and its agents and consignors shall have all of the rights accorded to a secured party under the Wyoming Uniform Commercial Code. The purchaser of each lot agrees that each lot is unique and that the Jackson Hole Art Auction, in its sole discretion, shall not be required to sell or otherwise seek to mitigate damages should such purchaser fail to pay the total purchase price. Payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until the Jackson Hole Art Auction shall have collected good funds. The Jackson Hole Art Auction reserves the right to hold all purchases pending collection of the total purchase price.

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7. If the auctioneer, in his or her discretion, determines that any bid is below the reserve of the article offered, he or she may reject the same and withdraw the article from sale, and, if having acknowledged an opening or other bid, the auctioneer decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, he or she may reject the advance.

6. The Jackson Hole Art Auction reserves the right to reject any bid. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser, subject to reserves. In the event of any dispute between bidders, or in the event of doubt as to the validity of any bid, the auctioneer will have the final discretion to determine the successful bidder, cancel the sale, or to reoffer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Jackson Hole Art Auction’s sale record shall be final and conclusive. The Jackson Hole Art Auction, in its discretion, may execute orders or absentee bids as a convenience to clients who are not present at the auction; however, the Jackson Hole Art Auction is not responsible for any errors or omissions in connection therewith.

a. All property must be removed by the purchaser at his or her expense not later than (10) business days following the sale, and if it is not so removed, (i) a handling charge of 1% of the total purchase price per month from the tenth day after the sale (until its removal) will be payable to us by the purchaser, with a minimum of 5% of the total purchase price due for any property not so removed within 60 days after the sale, and (ii) we may send the purchased property to a public warehouse for the account, at the risk and expense of the purchaser.

5. Except as may be announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot, as numbered in the catalogue.

8. On the fall of the auctioneer’s gavel, the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer assumes full risk and responsibility for the offered lot, subject to all of the terms and conditions set forth herein, and is immediately obligated to pay the full purchase price or such parts thereof as the Jackson Hole Art Auction may then require. All sales are final, and there shall be no exchanges or returns. Payment shall be made by cash, check, wire transfer, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. (See, paragraph 3 above: “If paying by credit card . . .”) In addition to other remedies available to us by law, the Jackson Hole Art Auction reserves the right to impose, from the date of sale, a late charge of 1.5% per month (18% per annum) of the total purchase price, if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein.

1. Jackson Hole Art Auction operates as an agent of the seller only. It is not responsible in the event any buyer or seller at the auction fails to live up to their respective agreements, including failure of the seller to deliver any property to buyers. The Jackson Hole Art Auction assumes no risk, liability, or responsibility beyond the limited warranty contained herein.

TERMS CONDITIONS

SALES TAX Under $2,000 $100 $2,000 - $5,000 $250 $5,000 - $10,000 $500 $10,000 - $20,000 $1000 $20,000 - $50,000 $2,500 $50,000 - $100,000 $5,000 over $100,000 $10,000

The new laws vary from state to state and require all businesses (not just auction houses) to collect sales tax if they meet a given state’s threshold for an economic nexus. An economic nexus is used in place of a physical presence in the state and can be met by either a total sales amount limit into that state or a total number of individual transactions into that state.

13. Prospective bidders and purchasers agree that, in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to a sale of property, the party asserting such controversy or claim shall provide written notice thereof to the other party, and that any such controversy or claim not settled within fourteen (14) days of delivery of notice by the other party, including any controversy or claim arising from or relating to the sale, or to these Terms and Conditions of Sale, including the terms of this paragraph, shall be resolved and settled by binding arbitration in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, or such other place upon which the parties may agree, in writing; such arbitration shall be pursuant to the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association then in effect; the award, which shall include costs of arbitration and an award of reasonable attorneys’ fees to the prevailing party, shall be final, and the judgment on the award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.

10. Jackson Hole Art Auction is the owner of images of each lot offered for sale and may use such images for its own archival purposes, as well as for advertising and publicity in connection with this or future sales by the Jackson Hole Art Auction.

15. Results are sent to buyers, catalogue subscribers, absentee and phone bidders, and other registered bidders four weeks after the sale.

Due to the variable nature of auction sales, and the small window in which they occur, the Jackson Hole Art Auction does not yet know if the states not listed above will require sales tax collection, as that will be determined by the total dollar amount sold into each state—which cannot be predicted. The Jackson Hole Art Auction will be tracking these totals live during the sale using tax software, and will strive to inform the purchaser at the time of invoicing if sales tax collection is required; however, it may be necessary to bill for sales tax post-sale if the threshold for an economic nexus in the purchaser’s state is met after the purchaser has paid.

Currently the Jackson Hole Art Auction has met the threshold for an economic nexus in the following states: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. If the purchaser is shipping to any of these states, the Jackson Hole Art Auction is required by law to add the appropriate state and local sales tax to the purchaser’s invoice. The following states do not currently have sales tax and/or applicable economic nexus laws, and as a result the Jackson Hole Art Auction is not required to collect sales tax from Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, or Oregon.

b. A $100 packaging, handling, and shipping deposit will be included on purchase invoice. The balance of the packaging, handling and shipping charges will be billed after services are completed. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.

11. Unless exempted by law, the purchaser will be required to pay all applicable state and local sales, gross receipts, and compensation tax. Proof of exemption in the form of a current Non-Taxable Transaction Certificate must be provided at registration. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to pay any applicable compensating use tax of another state on the total purchase price.

Even if the Jackson Hole Art Auction is not required to collect sales tax from the purchaser’s state, unless exempted by law, the purchaser will be required to pay all applicable state and local sales, gross receipts, and compensation tax per the terms and conditions. If the purchaser has a valid resale certificate, the purchaser will not be required to pay sales tax. Please provide a copy of this certificate at the time of registration for tax compliance.

16. Bidding increments will be as follow but may vary at the auctioneer’s discretion

12. These Terms and Conditions of Sale, together with the parties’ respective rights and obligations hereunder, shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Wyoming, without regard to Wyoming rules concerning conflicts of law.

14. The Jackson Hole Art Auction may, in its discretion and at a purchaser’s request, package and ship items as directed by the purchaser. In such event, purchaser agrees to the following conditions:

A recent Supreme Court ruling has led to changes nationwide regarding sales tax laws. In 2018 the Supreme Court of the United States ruled against Wayfair in favor of the state of South Dakota regarding the state’s right to collect sales tax on online purchases from a business without a physical presence in that state. This decision changed the existing status quo and has created a precedent for other states to collect sales tax from businesses without a physical presence in their state.

a. All such packaging, handling and shipping is at the sole risk of the purchaser, and the Jackson Hole Art Auction shall have no liability for any loss or damage to such items.

MAP OF DOWNTOWN JACKSON HOLE JACKSON HOLE ART AUCTION 130 East Broadway (Gallery and Office) Previews: Session I & II CENTER FOR THE ARTS 265 South Cache Live Auctions: Session I & II

Printing: O’Neil Printing, AZ Auctioneer: Jason Brooks Jackson Hole Art Auction, LLC 130 East Broadway, Jackson WY 83001 | Post Office Box 1568 Tel 866 JH WY ART (866-549-9278) | jacksonholeartauction.com © 2022 Jackson Hole Art Auction Limited Co.

John Clymer (1907-1989), Buffalo Run, oil on board, 10 x 20 in., Estimate: $70,000-$100,000. SOLD: $276,000 GO WEST. GO WILD. GO ONLINE. Accepting Consignments for the February 18, 2023 Online Auction CONTACT US FOR CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION EMAIL: COORDINATOR@JACKSONHOLEARTAUCTION.COM CALL: 866-549-9278 | VISIT: JACKSONHOLEARTAUCTION.COM Save the Date: February 18, 2023 Bob Kuhn (1920-2007), 180 Degrees, acrylic on board, 26 x 44 in., Estimate: $100,000-$150,000. SOLD: $120,000

ANNUAL LIVE AUCTION: SEPTEMBER 16 – 17, 2022 SESSION I • SEPTEMBER 16 AT 12:30 PM MDT SESSION II • SEPTEMBER 17 AT 12:30 PM MDT CENTER FOR THE ARTS | 265 SOUTH CACHE, JACKSON, WY 130 EAST BROADWAY, JACKSON, WY 83001 | POST OFFICE BOX 1568 CALL: 866-549-9278 | VISIT: JACKSONHOLEARTAUCTION.COM © 2022 JACKSON HOLE ART AUCTION, LLC.

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